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RECULAR AND VOLUNTEER FORCES. 

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A Rational and Scientific Method of 
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The Inventor of the "Clease-Extensor" Method is 
fully conscious of the fact that a perfect physique and 
a commanding: presence are essential factors in the 
career of a Regular, whether he be a Private, 
Non-Com., or Officer; 



F. MEREDITH CLEASE, Ph.L.D. 

Studied Anatomy three years in Dundee 
University. 

Three years member of Physical Training 
Staff in British Army at Aldershot. 

Director of E.\ercise, Haileybury College, 
Hertford, England. 

Three years Director of Public Gymnasium 
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IN ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT. 



PAGE 

The King i 

Private Secretary to the King-.. i 

Aides de Camp to the King ' 

War Office 2 

Staff of the Army 2 

Field Marshals 4 

Generals on the Active List 4 

Colonels, ditto 16 

Lieutenant Colonels, ditto 40 

Majors, ditto 52 

Staff at Home 97 

Staff Abroad ioj 

Regimental District Staff 116 

Militaey Establishments : — 
Educational Establishments. 

E. Military College, Sandhurst 120 

R.MilitaryAcademyjWoolnrich 120 

StaffColl'ege 120 

School of Gunnery 121 

Ordnance College 121 

School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham 121 

School of Musketry, Hythe ... 122 
School of Instruction tor 

Mounted Infantry 122 

School of Signalling 12:? 

Balloon Factory 12-? 

Medical School, Netley 122 

Royal Military School of Music, 

Kneller Hall 122 

Dukeof York's R. Mil. School 122 

R. Hibernian Military School 122 

Army Schools 122 



Ordnance Factories. page i 

Arsenal, Woolwich 123 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield.. 123 
Small Arms Factory, Bir- 
mingham 123 ' 

Gunpowder Factory, Walt- 
ham Abbey 123 

Army Clothing Department .. 123 

Brennan Torpedo Factory ... 123 

Committees 124 

^Miscellaneous Establishments. 

Cavalry Depot 125 

Remount Establishment 125 

Royal Hospital — Chelsea 125 

Royal Hospital — Kilmainham 126 

Pay Office 126 

JiidgeAdvocateGenerarsOQice 126 j 

Prisons 126' 

Officers who have passed the 

Staff College 1271 

Yeomen of the Guard 129 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Royal Company of Arcbers 131 

Cavalry 132 

Artillery 163 

Engineers 204 ( 

Infantry 219 ] 

Army Service Corps 363 

Army Ordnance Department ... 368 

Inspection Staff 370 

Army Pay Department 371 

Army Medical Service 377 

Army Veterinary Department ... 395 

Army Chaplains' Department ... 395J 



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Marines 397 

Indian Army 403 

Militia 5S1 

Imperial Yeomanry in Great 

Britain 718 

Field Officers Retired from tho 
Mi litiaand Imperial Yeomanry 769 

Reserve of Officers 781 

Indian Army Reserve 869 

General Officers retired under 

Royal Warrant 870 

Unemployed Supernumerary List 8S7 
Officers Retired on Full Pay or 

on a Pension 921 

Officers (other than Genera land 
Field Officers) on Retired Pay 1035 

Officers on Half Pay 1065 

General and Field Officers Re- 
tired by Sale, Commutation, 
with a Gratuity, or by Sur- 
renderor Half Pay 1107 

Military Knights of Windsor ... 1137 

Military Decorations 1139 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 1158 

Victoria Cross ri6o 

Order of St. John of Jerusalem... 1161 

Civil Decorations 1162 

Pay Tables 1168 

Retirements, &c 1 1 70 

Deaths 117; 

Index— Active List 1177 

Reserve of Officers, 

Retired List, &c 1241 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. 



PAGE 

Academy, Royal Military 1 20 

Active List 4 

Aden Troop 502 

Adjutants on Retired Pay 1041 

Africa, Staff in 105 

African Commissariat, Ret. Pay 1058 

African Rifles, King's 3620 

Aides de Camp to the King 1 

Alderncy and Guernsey Staff ... 102 

Aldershot Command 97 

Alexandra, Princess of Wales's 

Own Yorkshire Regiment 256 

Princess of Wales's 

Own 19 Hussars 160 

Antigua & Leeward Islands Staff no 

Archers, Royal Company of. 131 

Argyll and Suth. Highlanders... 350 
Army Hospital Corps, Half Pay J083 

Ordnance Department ... 368 

Pay Department 371 

Retired or Half Pay 1059 

Schools 122 

Half Pay noo 

Service Corps 363 

School of 



Instruction 122 

Arsenal, Woolwich 123 

Artillery District Officers 186 

■ Malta 192 

Militia 581 

Royal 163 

by Batteries and Com- 
panies 185 

Officers Retired 



PAGE 

1 Bengal Ecclesiastical Dept 569 

Infantry, General List 403 

Medical Department ... 5=1 

Staff in 108 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Bermuda, Staff in 116 

' Bhopal Infantry 510 

I BirminghamSmallAi-ms Factory 123 

Black Watch 299 

Bombay Ecclesiastical Dept 570 

■ ■ ■ Infantry, General List 403 

; Medical Department ... 564 

Staff in no 

Border Regiment 280 

Brennan Torpedo Factory 123 

Buffs, The (East Kent Regiment) 229 

Caicos Island, Staff in 115 

Cambridge's (Duke ofj Own 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Cameron Highlanders 342 

Cameronians 269 

Canada, Staff in 114 

Canadians, Royal (Prince of 

Wales' Leinster Regiment) ... 352 

Canterbury, Cavalry Depot at 125 

Captains on Retired Pay 1035 

Half Pay 1065 

Carabiniers 140 

Carriage Factory, Woolwich 123 

Cavalry Brigades 125 

Depot, Canterbury 125 

Regimenis of 132 

• School 121 



on Annuities 1106 

Royal Marine 397 

Australasian Commonwealth, 

Staff in 114 

Bahamas, Staff in ti6 

Balloon Factory 122 

Baluch Horse 501 

Barbadoes, Staff in 114 

Bath, Order of the : 1140 

Bedfordshire Regiment 251 

Beliast, Staff at 99a 

Bengal Cavalry, General List . . . 403 



Central Africa Regiment 302a 

India Horse 501 

Ceylon, Staff in 113 

Channel Islands Militia 699 

Chaplains' Department 3056 

Half Pav noo 



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Chatham, Staff at 101 

Chelsea, Royal Hospital 126 

Military School 122 

Cheshire Regiment 261 

Ch 'Ster, Staff at 101 

China, &c, Staff in ri3 



PAGE 

Chinese Infantry - 3626 

City of London Regiment 235 

Civil Decorations for Gallantry . 1162 

Clothing Factory 123 

Coast Battalion 216 

Colchester, Staff at 100 

College, Royal Military 120 

Staff 120 

Colonels on the Active List 16 

Retired on Full or Re- 
tired Pay or Pension 929 

Colonels Retired by Sale, &c. ... 1107 

Command — Aldershot 97 

Eastern ... 100 

— — -Irish 99 

London District ... 104 

Northern 102 

Scottish 103 

Southern 93 

Welsh & Midland ... 104 

Commissariat and Transport De- 
partment, Half Pay 1070 

Commissariat and Transport 

Staff, Retired or Half Pay ... 1057 
Commissariat Dept. Half Pay... 1069 

Committees 125 

Commutation, &c, Officers Re- 
tired by "07 

Connaught Rangers 348 

Control Department, Half Pay 1070 

Cork, Staff at gga 

Cornets, &c, on Retired Pay ... 1041 
Cornwall's (Duke of) Lt. Inf. ... 282 

Cureton's Mooltanis 494 

Curragh, Staff at the 99" 1 

Cyprus, Staff in '08 

Deaths during the year 1904 1173 

Deccan Horse 496, 498 

Decorations, Civil 1162 

Decorations, Military 1 1 39 

Deoli Regiment 521 

Depot, Cavalry, Canterbury ... 125 

Devonport, Staff at 99 

Devonshire Regiment 242 

Distinguished Service Order ... 1151 
District Officers (R. Artillery) ... 186- 



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Dover, Stafi at 98 

Dragoon Guards 135 

Dragoons, Hussars,& Lancers 142-162 

Dublin Fusiliers 354 

Staff at 990 

Durham Light Infantry 332 

East Kent Regiment 229 

Lancashire Regiment 277 

Surrey Regiment 279: 

Yorkshire Regiment 249 1 

Ecclesiastical Dept. Bengal 569 

Bombay ... 570 

Madras 570 

Rangoon... 571 

Edinburgh's (Duke of J Wiltshire 

Regiment 325 

Edinburgh, Staff at 101 

Educational Establishments 120 

Egypt, Staff of the Force in 107 

Enfield Small Arms Factory 123 

Engineers, Militia 600 

Royal 204 

Equerries to the King il 

Erinpura Regiment 521 

Essex Regiment 303 i 

Falkland Islands, Staff in 116 , 

Fane's Horse 495 

Field Artillery 166 

by Batteries 188 

Marshals 4 

Fiji Islands, Staff in 114 

Gambia, Staff in 107 

Gardner's Horse 490 

Garrison Artillery 175 

by Divisions 

and Companies 190a 

Regiment, Royal 359 

Garter, Knights of the 1139 

General Officers on Active List 4 

Retired List 370 

Retired on Fu!! 01 

Retired Pay or Pension 921 

Retired by Sale, &c. 1 107 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Gibraltar, Staff at 108 

Gloucestershire Regiment 273 



Tahle of Contents. 

PAGE 

Gold Coast Colony, Staff in 107 

Good Hope (Cape of), Staff in. ... 105 

Goorkha Regiments 547-550* 

Gordon Highlanders 340 

Gordon's Horse 499 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 4 

Guards 219-224 

Guernsey and Alderney Staff ... 102 

Guiana, British, St&fiin 116 

Guides, Corps of. 5506 

Gun Factory 123 

Gunnery, School of 121 

Gunpowder Fac.WalthamAbbey 123 

Gymnasia 122 

Half Pay 1065 

Officers Retired by 

Surrender of 1107 

Hampshire Regiment 290 

Head Quarters Staff 2 

Hibernian Military School 122 

Highland Light Infantry 334 

Hodson's Horse 492 

Home District Staff 100 

Honduras, Staffin 116 

Hong Kong, &c, Staff in 113 

Regiment 3620 

Hon. Art. Company of London =81 

Horse Artillery 166 

by Brigades 187 

Guards — StaffoftheArmy 2 

Blue 134 

Hospital, Chelsea 126 

Kilmainham 126a 

Hussars.Lancers & Dragoons 142-162 

Hythe School of Musketry 122 

Imperial Yeomanry 718 

Index to the Active List 1176 

to Militiaand Imp.Yeom. 1227 

Reserve of Officers, 

Retired List, &c 1240 

Indian Army 404 

Artillery 503 

Cavalry 489 

-Infantry 507 

Reserve of Officers 869 

Sappers and Miners 505 



V 

PAGE 

Indian Army Seniority List 405 

Supernumerary List 447 

Empire, Order of the ... 1148 

Local Forces 403 

Medical Service 551-568 

India, Staff'iu 108 

Infantry, Rgiments of 219 

Inniskilling Dragoons 147 

Fusiliers 271 

Inspection Staff 370a 

Inspection of Ord. Machinery... 370 

Ireland, Staff in 99 

Irish Fusiliers 346 

Regiment 254 

Rifles 344 

Jacob's Horse 501 

Jamaica, Staff in n6 

Jersey District Staff 102 

Judge Advocate General's Office 126 

Kent (East) Regiment 220 

(West) Regiment 313 

Kilmainham, Royal Hospital... 126 

King, The 1 

King's African Rifles 362a 

Dragoon Guards 135 

14th Hussars 155 

15th Hussars 156 

Liverpool Regiment ... 237 

Own Hussars 144 

Own Royal Lanes. Regt. 23 1 

Own -cottis a Borderers 267 

Own Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 315 

Royal Irish Hussars ... 149 

Royal Rifle Corps 321 

— Shropshire Light Inf.... 317 

Kneller Hall, School of Music... 122 

Laboratory, Royal 123 

Labuan, Staff in -.13 

Lagos, Staffin 107 

Lancashire (East) Regiment ... 6/7 

Field Artillery 521 

Fusiliers 287 

(Loyal North)Regt. 357 

(South) Regiment.. 206 

Lancaster Regiment, Royal 291 

Lancers, Dragoons & Hussars 142-132 

Leeward Islands, Staff in 115 



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Leicestershire Regiment 252 

Leinster Regiment 352 

Lieutenant Col onels 40 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 943 

— — : Retired by Sale, &c. 1107 

Lieutenant Generals 5 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 921 

Lieutenants on Retired Pay 1041 

HalfPay 1067 

Life Guards 132 

Lincolnshire Regiment 241 

Liverpool Regiment - 237 

Local Indian Forces 403 

London, Hon. Artillery Comp. of 581 

Lothian Regiment 225 

Louise's (Princess) Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders 350 

Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 307 

Madras Cavalry, General List... 403 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 570 

■ ■ Infantry , General List 403 

Medical Department ... 560 

Staffin 109 

Major Generals 5 

Retired on Full 

or Retired Pay or Pension ... 921 

• Ret. by Sale,&c. 1107 

Majors 55 

■ Retired on Full or 

Retired Pay or Pension 954 

Retired by Sale, &c. ... 1109 

Malta Artillery 192 

Militia 699 

Staff a.t 108 

Malwah Bheel Corps 550c 

Manchester Regiment 327 

Marines, Royal 397 

Mauritius, Staffin 107 

Medical Corps, Royal Army ... 377 

Service, Army 377 

Service, Bengal 551 

Bombay 564 

Half or Retired Pay 1077 

Service, Madras 560 

Reserve of Officers 1073 

Staff, Army 377 



Table of Contents. 

PAGE 

Medical Staff College 122 

Merwara Infantry 521 

Meywar Bheel Corps 550c 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Military Decorations 1139 

Engineering, School of 121 

■ Establishments 120 

Knights of Windsor ... 1137 

Mounted Police 362 

Prisons 126 

StoreDept. Half Pay... 1106 

Militia Artillery 581 

■ Channel Islands £99 

Engineers 600 

FieldOfficersRetired from 769 

Infantry 606 

Royal Malta 699 

Miscellaneous Establishments... 125 

Moplah Rifles 531 

Munster Fusiliers 353 

Music, School of (Kneller Hall) 122 

Musketry, School of (Hythe) ... 122 

Natal, Staffin 105 

Naval Ordnance Department ... 402a 

Newfoundland, Staff in 114 

New Guinea, Staffin 114 

New South Wales, Staff in C14 

New Zealand, Staff in 114 

Nigeria, Staff in 107 

Norfolk Regiment 23y 

Northamptonshire Regiment ... 308 

North Lancashire Regiment ... 307 

Staffordshire Regiment... 329 

Northumberland Fusiliers 232 

Nottinghamshire and Derby- 
shire Regiment 305 

Orders of the Garter, &c 1139 

Ordnance College 121 

Factories 124 

Department 369 

Ditto, Retired or HalfPay 1058, 1070 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

Pay Department 371 

Retired or Half Pay 1059 

Office 12? 

Tables 1168 

Paymasters on Half Pay 1068 

Pension, Officers Retired on 921 



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Poona Horse 5°° 

Prince Albert's Own Hussars... T52 

(Somersetshire 

Light Infantry) 245 

Prince Consort'sOwn RifleBi ig. 356 

Prince of Wales's Dragoon Gds. 137 

LeinsterRegt. 352 

North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 3 2 9 

Own Royal 

Hassars 15 

West 

Yorkshire Reciment ...., 247 

Royal Lancers 153 

Volunteers (S. 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's 

Dragoon Guards 139 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Princess Louise's Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Princess Royal's Dragoon Gds, 141 

■ Victoria's R. Irish Fus 346 

Prisons, Military 126 

Provisional Battalion 362 

Cavalry Regiments 362 

Punjab, Staff in the 107 

Purchase Commission 126 

Purveyors' Department (l ate )> 

Officers on HalfPay of 1106 

Quarter Masters on Retired Pay 1045 

: on HalfPay ... 1069 

Queen's Bays i3 b 

Own Cameron High- 
landers 342 

Own 4th Hussars 147 

Own 7th Hussars 148 

Own RWest Kent Reg. 313 

16th Lancers 157 

Royal Lancers 15c 

Roy. West Surrey Reg. 227 

Queensland, Staffin 1:2 

Rangoon Ecclesiastical Estab- 
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Remount Establishment 126 

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Reserve of Indian Army 869 

Medical Officers 1073 

Retired List of General Officers 870 
Retirements, &c, during 1904.. 1170 
Rewards for Distinguished Ser- 
vices, Officers receiving 1158 

Riding Masters on Half Fay ... 1069 

Retired Pay... 1043 

Rifle Brigade 356 

Depot 119 

Ross-shire Buffs 336 

Royal Army Medical Corps 377 

Canadians 352 

Company of Archers 131 

Dragoons 142 

■ Fusiliers 235 

Highlanders (Bla ekWatch) 299 

Irish Dragoon Guards ... 138 

Irish Lancers 146 

Mil. Academy, Woolwich 120 

■ College, Sandhurst... 120 

Royal Military School, Chelsea 122 

Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

St. Helena, Staff in 106 

St. Michael & St. George, Ord. of 1146 

St. Patrick, Knights of 1139 

Sale, &c, Officers Retired by ... 1107 
Sandhurst, R. Military Coliege 120 

Staff College 120 

School of Gunnery 121 

Military Engineering 121 

Music, Kneller Hall. 122 

Musketry at Hythe ... 122 

Signalling 322 

Submarine Mining... 121 

School, Royal Hibernian Military 122 

Schools, Army 122 

Halt Pay :ioo 

Scinde Horse 500 

Scots Fusiliers, Royal 259 

Scots Greys, Royal 143 

Scottish Borderers, King's Own 267 

District Staff 101 

Rifles 269 

Seaforth Highlanders 3J 6 

Second Lieutenants on Half Pay io58 
iellea Islands, Colony of.!. 116 
Sherwood Foresters (Notting- 
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Shropshire Ligtrc Infantry 317 

Sierra Leone, Staff in 107 

Signalling, School of. 122 

Skinner's Horse 489, 490 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... 123 

Birmingham 123 

Somaliland Protectorate 106 

Somersetshire Light Infantry... 245 

South Africa, Forces in 102 

Australia, Staff in 112 

■ Lancashire Resiment ... 295 

Staffordshire Regiment 292 

Wales Borderers 265 

Staff Abroad 102 

at Home 97 

College 12c 

College, Officers passed 127 

of the Army 2 

Regimental District 116 

Staffordshire (North) Regiment 329 

Staffordshire (South) Regiment 292 

Star of India, Order of the 1140 

Straits Settlements, Staffin 113 

Submarine Mining, School of... 121 

Suffolk Regiment 243 

Supernumerary List, Ind. Army 447 

Surgeons(Honorar_v;totheKing 2 
Surrender of Half Pay, Ac, 

Officers Retired by 1107 

Surrey (East)Resriment 279 

(West) Regiment 227 

Sussex Regiment 288 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Tasmania, Staff in 112 

Thames District Staff 101 

Thistle, Knights of the 1 139 

Tobago, Statf in 115 

Torpedo Factory 123, 

Tower of London 126 

Transvaal and Orange River 

Colony, Staff in 105 

Trinidad, Staff in 116 

Turks A Caicos Islands, Staffin 116 

Uganda, Staff in 107 

I t, attached List forlndiau Army 404 
Unemployed Supernumerary List S87 

Veterinary Department 395 

Half Pay 1101 

Victoria Cross, Officers who have 

received the 1160 



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PAGE 

Victoria, Staff in it 

Victoria's (Princess) Irish 

Fusiliers 34 

Victorian (Royal) Order 1149 

Wales's (Prince of) Leinster 

Regiment 35 2 

Wales's (Prince of) North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 3 2 9 

Wales's (Prince of) Own West 

Yorkshire Regiment 247 

Wales's (Prince of) Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 295 
Wales's (Princess Charlotte of) 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Wales's Princess of) Own York- 
shire Regiment 256 

Waltham Abbey. Gunpowder 

Factory at 123 

War Office 2 

Warwickshire Regiment 234 

Wellington's (Duke of) West 

Riding Regiment 284 

Welsh Fusiliers 263 

Regiment 297 

West African Regiment 3626 

India Regiment 360 

Indies, Ac, Staff in 115 

Kent Regiment 3 X 3 

Riding Regiment 284 

Surrey Regiment 227 

Yorkshire Regiment 247 

Western Australia, Staffin 1:2 

Wiltshire Regiment 325 

Windsor, Military Knights of... 1137 

Windward Islands, Staffin 116 

Woolwich Arsenal 123 

R. Military Academy 120 

District Staff 99 

Worcestershire Regiment 275 

Yeomanry, Imperial 718 

Yeomen of the Guard 129 

York and Lancaster Regiment 330 

York, Staffat 101 

York's (Duke of) R. Military 

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Regiment 256 

(East) Regiment 249 

(West) Regiment ... 247 

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CHANGES IN THE TITLES OF REGIMENTS OF INFANTRY. 



N.B.— By means of this Table, Regiments can be found in this book by their old numbers 



'BEGT. NEW TITLE. PAGE 

ist ... Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

2nd ... Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) ... 227 

3rd ... Buffs (Bast Kent Regiment) 229 

4th ... King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)... 231 

5th ... Northumberland Fusiliers 233 

6th ... Royal Warwickshire Regiment 234 

7th ... Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 235 

8th ... King's (Liverpool Regiment) 237 

9th ... Norfolk Regiment 239 

10th ... Lincolnshire Regiment 24 

nth ... Devonshire Regiment 242 

12th ... Suffolk Regiment 243 

13th ... Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light 

Infantry) 245 

:4th .. Prince of Wales' Own (W. Yorkshire Regt.) 247 

15th ... East Yorkshire Regiment 249 

16th ... Bedfordshire Regiment 251 

17th ... Leicestershire Regiment 252 

18th ... Royal Irish Regiment 254 

19th ... Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regt.)... 256 

20th ... Lancashire Fusiliers 257 

21st ... Royal Scots Fusiliers 259 

22nd ... Cheshire Regiment 26: 

23rd ... Royal Welsh Fusiliers -763 

24th ... South Wales Borderers 26;, 

25th ... King's Own Scottish Borderers 267 



REGT. NEW TITLE. PAGE 

26th ... ist Batt. The Cameromans (Scottish Rifles) 269 

27th ... ist Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

28th ... ist Batt. Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

29th ... ist Batt. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

30th ... ist Batt. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

31st ... ist Batt. East Surrey Regiment 279 

32nd ... ist Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 281 
33rd ... ist Batt. Duke of Wellington's (West Riding 

Regiment) 284 

34th ... ist Batt. The Border Regiment 2S6 

35th ... ist Batt. Royal Sussex Regiment 288 

36th ... 2nd Batt. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

37th ... ist Batt. Hampshire Regiment 290 

38th ...ist Batt. South Staffordshire Regiment 292 

39th ... ist Batt. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

40th ... ist Batt. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

41st ... ist Batt. Welsh Regiment 297 

42nd ... ist Batt. The Black Watch (Royal High- 
landers) 299 

43rd ... ist Batt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

44th ... ist Batt. Essex Regiment 303 

'45th ... ist Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Nottingham- 
shire and Eerbyshire Regiment) 305 

46th ... 2nd Bate Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 281 
47th ... iet Batt. The Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 307 



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BKGT. Jf2W TITLE. PAGE 

48th ... 1st Batt. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

49th ... t Batt. Princess Charlotte of Wales 

(Royal Berkshire Regiment) 310 

50th ... 1st Batt. Queen's Own ("R. West Kent Regt.) 3:3 
51st ... 1st Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light In- 
fantry 315 

52nd ... 2nd Batt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

53 r( l ... 1st Batt. King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) 317 

54 tQ ... 2nd Batt. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

55'h ... 2nd Batt. The Border Regiment 286 

56th ... 2nd Batt. Essex Regiment 303 

S7 tn ... 1st Batt. Duko of Cambridge's Own (Mid- 
dlesex Regiment) 319 

58th ... 2nd Batt. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

59th ... 2nd Batt. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

60th ... King's Royal Ritie Corps 321 

61st ... 2nd Batt. Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

62nd ... 1st Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 325 

63rd ... 1st Batt. Manchester Regiment 327 

64th ... 1st Batt. Prince of Wales' (North Stafford- 
shire Regiment) 329 

65th ... 1st Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment ... 330 
66th ... 2nd Batt. Princoss Charlotte of Wales' 

(Royal Berkshire Regiment) 310 

67th ... 2nd Batt. Hampshire Kegiment 290 

68th ... 1st Batt. Durham Light Infantry 332 

69th ... 2nd Batt. Welsh Regiment 297 

70th ... 2nd Batt. East Surrey Regiment 279 

71st ... 1st Batt. Highland Light Infantry 334 

72nd ... 1st Batt. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire 

Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 336 

73rd ... 2nd Batt. The Black Watch (Royal High- 
landers) 299 

74th ... 2nd Batt. Highland Light Infantry 334 

75th ... 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders 339 

76th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Wellington's (West 

Riding Regiment) 284 

77th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Mid- 
dlesex Regiment) 319 

78th ... 2nd Batt. Setforth Highlanders (Ross- 
shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 336 



EEGT. NEW TITLE. PAGE 

■79th ... istBatt.Queen'sOwnCameronHighlanders 342 
80th ... 2nd Batt. South Staffordshire Regiment... 292 

81st ... 2nd Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt 307 

32nd... 2nd Batt. Prince of Wales' Volunteer 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 295 

83rd ... 1st Batt. Royal Irish Rifles 344 

84th ... 2nd Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment... 330 
83th ... 2nd Batt. King's (Shropshire Light Inf.) ... 317 

86th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles ■• 344 

87th ... 1st Batt. Princess Victoria's (R.Irish Fus.) 346 

88th ... 1 st Batt. Connaught Rangers • 348 

89th ... 2nd Batt. Princess Victoria's (R.IrishFus.) 346 
90th ... 2nd Batt. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ... 269 
91st ... 1st Batt. Princess Louise's (Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders) 35° 

92nd ... 2nd Batt. Gordon Highlanders 339 

93rd ... 2nd Batt. Princess Louise's (Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders) 3S° 

94th ... 2nd Batt. Connaught Rangers 348 

95th ... 2nd Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire 

Regiment) 3°5 

96lh ... 2nd Batt. Manchester Regiment 327 

97th ... 2nd Batt. The Queen's Own (Royal West 

Kent Regiment) 3*3 

98th ... 2nd Batt. Prince of Wales' (North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment) 3 2 9 

99th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wilt- 
shire Regiment) 3 2 5 

100th ... 1 st Batt. The Prince of Wales' Leraster 

Regiment (Royal Canadians) 35 2 

101st ... 1st Batt. Royal Munster Fusiliers 353 

102nd ... 1st Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 354 

103rd ... 2nd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 354 

104th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Munster Fusiliers 353 

105th ... 2nd Batt. The King's Own Yorkshire Light 

Infantry 3'5 

106th ... 2nd Batt. Durham Light Infantry 33^ 

107th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Sussex Regiment 288 

108th ... 2nd Batt. Roval Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

:00th ... 2nd Batt. The Prince cf Wales' Leinster 

Regiment (Royal Candians) 35= 



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MILITIA. 



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Carmarthen s8 , 

Clare '" 584 

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Donegal sS6 

Dublin City s g5 

Durham _3 7 

Edinburgh ^88 

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Glamorgan 5 „ 

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Limerick City 59 2 

Londonderry 593 

Mid-Ulster 593 

Norfolk 594 

Northumberland 594 

Pembroke ••■ 595 

Scotland, South-East of 596 

Scotland, West of 599 

Sligo 595 

Suffolk 597 

Sussex 597 

Tipperary 598 

Waterford '. 59 s 

Wicklow 599 

Wight (Isle of) 59° 

Yorkshire 600 • 



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Falmouth Division (Submarine Miners) 603 

Harwich Division (Submarine Miners) 603 

Humber Division (Submarine Miners) 603 

Medway Division (Submarine Miners) 604 

Milford Haven Division (Submarine Miners) 604 



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Monmouthshire 601 

Needles Division (Submarine Miners) 604 

Plymouth Division (Submarine .Miners) 604 

Portsmouth Division (Submarine Miners) 605 

Thames Division (Submarine Miners) 605 

Western Division (Submarine Miners) 605 



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INFANTRY. 



PAGE 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 3 Battalion 690 

„ 4 Battalion fioo 

Bedfordshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 626 

„ 4 Battalion 627 

Berkshire Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 665 

Black Watch, 3 Battalion 657 

Buffs, 3 Battalion 608 

Border Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 631 

Cameron Highlanders, 3 Battalion 683 

Cameronians, 3 Battalion 640 

„ 4 Battalion 641 

Cheshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 634 

,, 4 Battalion 635 

Connaught Rangers, 3 and 4 Battalions 688 

„ 5 Battalion 689 

Devonshire Regiment,3 Battalion 619 

,, 4 Battalion 620 

Dorsetohire Regiment, 3 Battalion 655 

Dublin Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions 696 

,, 5 Battalion 697 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 649 

Durham Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 678 

,, 4 Battalion 679 

East Kent Regiment, 3 Battalion 608 

East Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battalion 647 

East Surrey Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 648 

East Yorkshire Regiment, 3 Battalion .. 625 

Essex Regiment, 3 Battalion 660 

„ 4 Battalion 661 

Gloucestershire Regiment, 3 Battalion 644 

„ 4 Battalion 645 

Gordon Highlanders, 3 Battalion 682 

Hampshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 653 

Highland Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 680 

,, 4 Battalion 681 

Inniskilling Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions 642 

,, 5 Battalion 643 

Irish Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 628 

„ 4 and 5 Battalions 629 

Irish Fusiliers, Royal, 3 Battalion 686 

,, 4 and 5 Battalions 687 

Irish Rifles, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 684 

,, 5 and 6 Battalions 685 

King's Own Scottish Borderers, 3 Battalion 639 

King's Royal Rifles, 5 and 7Battalions 672 

,, 8 Battalion 673 

,, 9 Battalion 674 

Lancashire Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 631 

,, 6 Battalion 632 

Lancaster Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 609 

„ 4 Battalion 610 

Leicestershire Regiment, 3 Battalion 627 

Leinster Regiment, 3 Battalion 691 

,, 4 and 5 Battalions 692 

Lincolnshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 618 

Liverpool Regiment, King's, 3 Battalion 615 

,, 4 Battalion 626 

Loth 'an Regiment, 3 Battalion 606 

Manchester Regiment, 5 Battalion.., 675 



PAG 

Manchester Regiment, 6 Battalion 676 

Middlesex Regiment, 5 Battalion 67° 

,, 6 Battalion 671 

Munster Fusiliers, 3 Battalion 693 

„ 4 Battalion 694 

,, s Battalion 695 

Norfolk Regiment, 3 Battalion 616 

,, 4 Battalion 617 

Northamptonshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 664 

North Lancashire Regiment, Loyal, 3 Battalion 663 

North Staffordshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 676 

„ 4 Battalion 677 

Northumberland Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 611 

Notts, and Derbyshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 661 

,, 4 Battalion 662 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 658 

,, 4 Battalion 639 

Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, 3 Battalion... 607 
Rifle Brigade, 5 Battalion 698 

„ 6 Battalion 699 

,, 7 Battalion 7°° 

Ross-shire Buffs, 3 Battalion 681 

Royal Canadians, 3 Battalion 691 

,, 4 and 5 Battalions 692 

Royal Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 613 

„ 6 and 7 Battalions 614 

Royal Highlanders, 3 Battalion 657 

Royal Scots, 3 Battalion 606 

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, 3 Battalion 633 

Scottish Borderers, King's Own, 3 Battalion 639 

Scottish Rifles, 3 and 4 Battalions 640 

Seaforth Highlanders, 3 Battalion 63i 

Sherwood Foresters, 3 Battalion 661 

,, 4 Battalion 662 

Shropshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 668 

,, 4 Battalion 669 

Somersetshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 622 

,, 4 Battalion 623 

South Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battalion 656 

South Staffordshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions ... 654 
South Wales Borderers, 3 Battalion 637 

,, 4 Battalion 638 

Suffolk Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 621 

Sussex Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 652 

Sutherland (Argyll and) Highlanders, 3 Battalion... 690 

,, 4 Battalion 690 

Warwickshire Regiment, Royal, 5 and 6 Battalions.. 612 

Welsh Fusiliers, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 636 

Welsh Regiment, 3 Battalion 657 

West Kent Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 666 

West Riding Regiment, 3 Battalion 650 

West Surrey Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 607 

West Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 624 

Wiltshire Resiment, 3 Battalion 674 

Worcestershire Regiment, 5 and 6 Battalions 646 

York and Lancaster Regiment, 3 Battalion 678 

Yorkshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 667 

Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 630 



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EXPLANATIONS. 



K.U. Knight of th9 Order of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
G.M.B. Grand Master of the Order of the Bath. 
G.C.B. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. [India. 
G. O.S.I. Knight Grand Commander of Order of Star of 
K. C.S.I. Knight Commander of the Star of India. 

C.S.I. Companion of the Star of India. 
G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. 
Michael and St. George. 



[and St. George, 



K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of theOrderof St.Michae 
C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

G.C.I.E. Grand Commander of the Indian Empire. 
K.C.I.E. Knight Commander ditto ditto 

CLE. Companion ditto ditto 

G.C.V.O. Knight Grand Cross of the Victorian Order. 
K.C.V.O. Knight Commander ditto ditto 

C.V.O. Companion ditto ditto 

M.V.O. Member ditto ditto 

D.S.O. Companion of the Order of Distinguished 
Service. 
K.-i-H.G.M. Kaiser-i-Hind Go Medal. 



Fffi Victoria Cross. 

[R] Reward for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 

" U.S. List" denotes Unemployed Supernumerary List (Indian Army). 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actually attached. 

c. before the name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senior Department, Royal Military 

College. 
The letters p.s.c. are placed before the Names of Officers who have passed the Staff College. 
The Letter r. is placed after the names of Officers employed on the Recruiting Service. 
The * before the Name or Date of Commission denotes Temporary Rank only. 
The Letter p before the date indicates that the Commission was purchased. 
v.n. signifies Volunteer Officers' Decorations. 



SA signi 

BCh.StBS. 

BSc , 

DPS. ... 
FRCS. ... 

FRCS. Ed. 
FRCSI.... 
LAS.Dub. 

LCh.4-M.Dub. 

LFPS. Glas. 

LRCP 

LRCP.Ed. , 
LRCP I. 

LRCS.Ed. ,, 



In the Medical 
fies Bachelor of Arts. 
Bachelor of Surgery. 
Bachelor of Science. 
Diploma in Public Health. 
Fellow of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of England. 
Ditto of Edinburgh. 
Ditto of Ireland. 
Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall, 

Dublin. 
Licentiate of Surgery and 

Medicine, Dublin. 
Licentiate of the Faculty of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons, Glas- 
gow. 
Licentiate of the Royal College of 

Physicians of London. 
Ditto of Edinburgh. 
Licentiate of the Royal College 

of Physicians in Ireland. 
Licentiate of the Royal College of 
Surgeons of Edinburgh. 



Departments,— 

LRCSI.... signifies 

LSA 

MA 

MS 

MCh 

MD 

MRCP 

MRCP.Ed. „ 

MRCP I. 

MRCS 

A.S.M , 

P.G.M „ 

H.P.N , 

M.P.N ,, 

M.M.N 

P.M.N , 



Licentiate of the Royal College o 

Surgeons of Ireland.. 
Licentiate of the Society cf 

Apothecaries in London. 
Master of Arts. 
Bachelor of Medicine. 
Master of Surgery. 
Doctor of Medicine. 
Member of the Royal College of 

Physicians of London. 
Member of the Royal College of 

Physicians of Edinburgh. 
Member of the Royal College of 

Physicians in Ireland. 
Member of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of England. 
Alexander Gold Medal (triennial). 
Parkes ditto ditto. 

Herbert Prize at Netley. 
MonteSore Prize i Medal at Netley 
Martin Gold Medal at Netley. 
Parkes Bronze Medal at Netley. 



In the Militia and 
(S) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor 

of Musketry. 
(I) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor 

of Artillery. 
(S) obtained Certificate as Instructor in Army 

Signalling. 
[T] obtained Special Mention in Examination in 

Tactics laid down for Captains in the Army before 

i Jan. 90. 
(P) passed full course in Submarine Mining. 
(A) passed prescribed examination in Artillery. 
p. Certificate of Proficiency, or otherwise qualified 

as Proficient for higher rank. 



Imperial Yeomanry, — 

(p.) Subaltern's Certificate of Proficiency. 

p. Certificate of Proficiency, or otherwise qualified as 
Proficient. 

p.s. passed School of Instruction. 

p.s. passed Schocl of Instruction for higher rank. 

(p.s.) School Certificate for Yeomanry Subalterns. 

[t] passed the examination in Tactics laid down tor 
Captains in the Army. 

(T) obtained Special Mention at examination in Tac- 
tics laid down for Lieutenants in the Army before 
1 Jan. 90. 

(t) passed the examination in Tactics laid down for 
Lieutenants in the Army. 



The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c, denote the Honorary Dis- 
tinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of the 
Services. 



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ONLY to 

The EDITOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

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War Services should be sent so as to reach the Editor not later than the end of the 
second month of the Quarter preceding that in which publication is desired. 

More detailed accounts of war service than those already in the book will always 
receive the Editor's careful attention. 



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HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII. 

Private Secretary to the King Lord Knollys, GCYO. KCB. KCMG. 

Assistant Private Secretary Captain F. E. G. Ponscmby, CVO. Grenadier Guards. 

Aides de Camp to the King. 

CI ief Personal ) 
Aide de Camp $ 

/Field Marshal Sis lioyal Highness the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 
\ GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. 
Personal /General Mis Eopnl Hiqhuess the Prince of "Wales and Duke of Cornwall and York, KG. KT. KP. 
Aides de Camp \ GCMG. GCVO. ISO. 

/General-fft's Pot/a! Highness Prince Frederic Christian Chae.Aug.o/SchleRwig-Holstein,5'(?.6rCKO. 
(. Lieut. His Boy'al Highness Prince Arthur F.P.A. of Connaught, KG. GCVO. 7 Hussars. 

Colonel Rt. Hon. Frederick Arthur, Karl of Derby, KG. 
GCB. late Lt. and Captain Grenadier Guards; 3 
Bn. Lancaster Regiment. 

F. Karl of Wemyss, late 7 Middlesex Vol. Rifles ; 

Captain R< yal Company of Archers. 

James Charles Cavendish, 2 Vol. Bn. Notts and 

Derby Regt. 

St. Hon. C. Lord Suffield, GCVO. KCB. late Norfolk 

Artillery. 

Henry G., Duke of Northumberland, KG. 5 Bn. 

Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart., Forfar and Kin- 
cardine Artillery (Militia). 

George, Earl of Haddington, KT. Lothians and 

Berwick Imp.Yeo. ; Lieut. Roy. Comp.of Archers. 

Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Belper, Notts Imp. Yeomanry. 

Arch. C. Lord Blythswood, 3 Vol. Bn. Highland 

Light Infantry. 

Gordon L. C. Money, CB. DSO. 

C. H. Duke of Richmond and Gordon, CB. GCVO. 

James Stevenson, 9 Lanarkshire Volunteer Rifles. 

William G. Wood-Martin, late Sligo Artillery. 

Douglas, Duke of Montrose, KT. late 3 Battalion 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

E. H. Earl of Clarendon, GCB. Hon. Colonel Herts 

Yeo. Cavalry. 

H. U. Earl of Harewood, Yorks. Hussars Imperial 

Yeomanry. 

■ G. B. M. Vis'cf. Galway, CB. Notts Imperial Yeo. 

C. S. Marq. of Londonderry, KG. GCVO. 2 Durham 

Vol. Art. 

A. W. B. Earl Brownlow, 2 Volunteer Battalion 

Bedfordshire Regiment. 

Chas. Philip Le Cornu, CB. Jersey Militia Art. 

Sir Henry G. Dixon, KCB. 

Henry H. Mathias, CB. 

F. A.V. Earl of Cawdor, Knight of Grace of St. John 

of Jeru>alem, late Carmarthen Artillery. 

H. A. W. F. Duke r.f Beaufort, Gloucester T.Y. 

McCallum.Bt. Coi. SirB.. E. GCMG. h.p. R. Eng. 

David F. Lewis, Cli. (from h.p. Cheshire Regt.}. 

Richard C. G. Mayne, CB. Indian Army. 

Lewis Anstruther Hope, CB. Army Service Corps. 

p.s.e.Robt.Geo.Broadwood, CB. from 12 Lancers. 

p.s.c. Edwin A. H. Alderson, CB. 

James Spens, CB. (from h.p. Shropshire Light Inf.) 

p.s.c. Henry M. Lawson, CB. Roval Eng. (extra). 

p.s.c Thomas D. Pilcher, CB. Bedford Regt. 

p.s.c. Cecil W. Park (from Devonshire Regt). 



Colonel p.s.c. Henry Vivian Cowan, R. Artillery (extra). 

William P. Campbell, King's Royal Rifles (extra). 

Henry Napier M'Rae, CB. Indian Army. 

F. C. Earl of Kilmorey, KP. Shrons. Imp. Yeo. 

L. H. H. Lord Cliflbrd.'plymouth Vol. Inf. Brigade. 

Hon. H. G. L. Crichton, Portsmouth Vol. Inf. Brig. 

Sir C. E. H. Vincent, KCMG. CB. 13 Middlesex Vol. 

Rifles. 

YC Robert Bellew Adams, CB. Indian Army. 

p.s.c. A. W. L. Bayly, CB. DSO, Indian Army. 

p.s.c. Hubert I. W. Hamilton, DSO. (from W. Surrey 

Regt.). 

Aldred Fredk. G. Beresford, Earl of Scarborough, 

CB. Yorkshire Dragoons. 

Hugh de Grey, Marquis of Hertford, Warwick I.Y. 

Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy, 5 Battalion 

Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Sir Hector Munro, Bart, late 3 Bat. Seaforth High- 
landers. 

Ernest Villiers. 1 Surrey Volunteer Rifles. 

George Edward John Mowbray, Earl of Stradbroke. 

CB. 1 Norfolk Royal Garrison Art. (Volunteers). 

T. W. Viscount Coke. CMG. MVO. (ret. pay). 

Rt. Hon. A. H. T. Earl of Kintore, GCMG. 3 Batt. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

E. J. A. Balfour (from 7 Mdx. Vol. Rifle Corps). 

Most Hon. G. Marquis of Brca.da,\ha,ne, KG. 5 V.B. R. 

Highlanders. 

H. F .Fortesciae, Earl, Hon.Col. R.N.: Devonl.Yeo. 

J. B. H. Marquis of Salisbury,' CB, 4 Batt. Bedford- 
shire Regt. 

A. A. C. Earl of Albemarle, CB. MVO. 

Charles F. Roberts, CMG. late N. S. Wales Local 

Forces (Honorary). 

John Edward Le Mottee, Royal Guernsey Militia. 

William Kenyon Mitford, CMG. late Middlesex 

Imperial Yeomanry. 
J. H. Bor, CMG. Royal Marines. 

B. J. Barton, 5 Batt. Royal Innis. Fusiliers. 

W.Cooke-Collis, CJ/G. 9 Batt. King's R.P.ifleCorps. 

G. O'Callaghan-Westropp, Clare R. G. A. (Militia). 

H.H. the Maharaja Sindhia of Gwalior, GCSI. 

(Honorary and extra). 
Hon. Maj.Gen. H.H. Maharaj Sir Partab Singh, Bahadur, 

Maharaja of Idar, GCSI. (Honorary). 
Hon. Col. H.H. Maharajah iS'«*Nrinendia NarayanBhup, 

Bahadur of Cooch Behar, GCIE. CB. (Honorary). 
Muhammad Aslam Khan, Sirdar Bahadur, CLE. 

(Honorary) . 



Equerries 

General Aug. C. L. Duke ofGrafton, KG. CB. (honorary) 
Major General Sir H. P. Ewart, KCB. GCVO. 7 Dragoon 

Guards (Crown Equerry). 
Major General Sir Stanley de A. C. Clarke, GCVO. 

CMG. retired pay. 
Lt. Colonel A. Davidson, CB. CVO. (from h.p. K.R. Rifles) 

retired pay. 
Hon. Colonel H. C. Legge, CVO. retired pay. 
Captain Geo. L. Holford, CIE. CVO. 1 Life Guards. 
Captain F. E. G. Ponsonby, CVO. Grenadier Guards. 
2nd Lieut. Hon. J. H. Ward, MVO. Worcester Imperial 

Yeomanry. 
V€ General Rt. Hon. Sir Dighton M. Probyn, GCB. 

GCVO. KCSI. U. S. List Bengal Cavalry (extra). 
Major General John C. Russell, CVO. ret. pay, Colonel 

12 Lancers {extra). 
Colonel Sir Robt. N. F. Kingscote, GCVO. KCB. 4 Bn. 

Gloucester Regiment (extra). 



to the King. 

Lt.Colonel Sir F. I. Edwards, GCVO. KCB. ISO. ret. 

pay Royal Eng. (extra). 
Lt.Colonel Sir Arthur John Bigge, GCVO. KCB. KCMG. 

ISO. ret. pay Roval Artillery (extra). 
Major GeneralSir Arthur E. A. Ellis, GCVO. CSI. ret.pay 

(extra). 
Major Hon. A. H. F. Greville, MVO. Warwick Imperial 

Yeomanry (extra), 
p.s.c: Lt.Colonel A. E. W. Count Gleichen, CVO. CMG 

DSO. (extra). 
Lord M. T. de la P. Beresford. MVO. late 7 Hussars. 
Lt.Colonel lion. Sir W. H. P. Caringcon, KCVO. CB. 

late Grenadier Guards (extra). 
Hon. Lt.Col. A. B. Haig, CVO. CMG. ret. pay (extra). 
Lt.Col. C. A. A. Frederick, CVO. Coldstream Gds. (extra). 
Colonel Sir E. R. C. Bradford, Bt. GCB. GCVO. KCSI. 

TJ. S. List Indian Army (extra). 
Gen. Sir G. Clerk, KC VO. CB. Col. Comdt. Rifle Brigade 
(extra). 



Surgeon Major General James Sinclair, MD. ret. pay. 
Surg. Gen. Sir J. A. Woolfryes, KCB. CMG. MD. ret.pay. 
Surgeon Major General Alexander Frederick Brad- 

shaw, CB. retired pav. 
Surgeon General Sir W. Taylor, KCB. MD. 
Surgeon General A. F. Preston, MB. retired pay. 
Surgeon General T. Tarrant. MD. retired pav. 
Surgeon General. Sir Joseph Enyrer. Bart. KCSI.MD. late 

B%nga,\Esta.b. (Physician Extraordinary to His Majesty.) 



Honorary Physicians to the King 

Deputy Surgeon General Thomas EdmondstoueCharles 

MD. late Bengal Estab 
Surgeon Major Gensral John Pinkerton, MD. late 

Bombay Estab. 
Surgeon General C. E. M' Vittie, late Madras Estab. 
Colonel B. Franklin, KCIE. Bengal Estab. 
Surgeon Colonel J. Richardson, MB. retired pay. 



2 

Honorary Surgeons to the King. 

Surg. General Sir John Harrie Ker lnnes, KCB. h.p. Surg. Gen. George Bidie, CIE. MB. late Madras Estab. 

Surg. Major Gen. Sir 3. B. Cole Read e,KCB. ret. pay. Surg. Gen. James Cleghorn. CSI. MD. late Rea. Estab. 

Surgeon Major General C. D. Madder, C3. retired pay. S'lnr.Gen.SiVOolvinColvin-Smith.ffCB.lfD.latsInd.M.S. 

Surgeon Major General John George Fausht, ret. pay Surgeon Major General P. S. Turnbull, MD. 

Surg. General Jeffery Allen Marston, CB. MD. ret. pay. Lieut.C'elonel Sir W. R. Hooper, KCSI. ret. 
Surgeon General William Flack Stevens jn, CB. MB. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Honorary Chaplains to the King. 

tea. E. H. Goodwin, 2 J 
lev. Canon A. T. Wirga 
Lt.Col.) Cape Local Forces) 



lien. J. C. Brtsrhill. DO Chaplain General, ret. pay. I Rev. E. H. Goodwin, BA. ist Clans, retired pay. 

Rev. R. H. Bullock, DCl. Chaplain ist Class, ret. pay. Rev. Canon A. T. Wirgman, OD. MA. Chaplain i II a. 



Inspector General of the Forces and President of the Selection Board. 

Field Marshal H. R. U. Arthur YV. P. K. Du\ of Con taught and Strathearn, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCST. GCMG. 

GCIE. GCVO. i May o 4 . 

Private Secretary "BE Bt.T.t. Colonel \V. N. Congreve, MVO. Rifle Brigade. 

. " I Major M. D. Murray, Seaforfch Highlanders. 

Aules de Camp , r. aptain Bon. J. R. L. Yarde-Buller, MVO. Scotch Guards. 

Staff Officer to Inspee:or General oHColonel Sir J. G. Maxwell, KCB. CVO. CMG. DSO.{ 

the Forces i Brit. Gin . 

Inspector of Cavalry Major General R. S. S. Badeu-Powell, CB. 

Aided: Camp 

In Fi P eU t Art°rIry yal ^"^ ^ R ° yal > L ' oloDel A - N ~- RooWort, CB. CUa. 
Inspectorof Royal Garrison Artille-y Major General F. G. Slade, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Aide de Camp . . .. Cautain •'. Hill. Royal Artillery. 

Inspector of Roval Engineers Colonel G. Barker. 

Inspector of Ordnance Stores Colonel H. W. Barrett, Army Ordnance Department. 



ARMY COUNCIL. 

Secretary ot State /'/, ltt. Son. R. B. Haldane, A'C. LL.D. MP. 

Chief of the General Staff I First Military » u . General Ilon , Sir Nevi ,Ie G . Lyttelton, KCB. 12 Feb. 04. 
Member) \ 

Adjutant General to the Forces [Second { M()j Genera , charle3 w H Douglas, CB. I2 Feb. 04. 
Mttttary Memoeri i J 

^^rfmtS^SSS^i t0 . the F ° rCeS ] p -' c - Lt - GeneraI 8ir w - G - Nicholson, KCB. Royal Engineers. 
Master General of the Ordnance! Fourth \ p.* <■. Major General Sir James Wolfe Murray, KCB. Royal Artillery 

miitary Member) ( 12 Fob. 04. 

Civil Member (Parliamentary Under Sea re- j t f p 01tsm0uth . 

tary qf State) . J 

Finance Member (Financial Si cretary) T. R. Buchanan, Esq. MP. 

Secretary [Permanent Under Secretary ,.f, Oo i onel 8ir Edward Ward, KCB. 
State) i 



WAR OFFICE. 

H w« a !.?.!^. , . B .f.?."?.'^.?f..!!™!°! { The m - u ""- R - B - haldane - kc - ll - d - *•*•• 

('Colonel a. F. Kllinson, CB. 

Private Secretaries -[ A. E. Widdcws, Esq. 

1.2nd Lieut. A. T. H. Lord Lucas (unpaid). 
Military Secretary to the Secretary of 1 
State for War, and Secretary of the - p.s.c, Colonel J. S. Ewart, CB. 2 Mar. 04. 

Selection Board ' 

His Majesty's Parliamentary Under)-,, .-, , fT>ml iV , 

Secretary of State for War I The Earl °S Portsmouth. 

_ . „ . f J. Houlihan, Eiq. 

Private Secretaries , K B Charteris (unpaid). 

Financial Secretary to the War Offica T. R. Bach-man. Esq. MP. 

Private .Secretary C. M. Wynne, Eta. 

a..,. „.. „ <-n.« tit„_ ^«5„~ f Colonel Sir Edward Ward, KCB. Permanent Under Se-rctani of Stale 

Secretary of the War Office j a]1(1 Seere , ar „ A rmy council, 

D _. . o , I H. J. Greedy, Esq. 

Private Secretaries , k. B . Charteris. W (unpaid). 

A Office nt t0 Se ° retary ° f the Wal * { R- H. Brade, Esq. 

Director of Army Finance Sir G. D. A Fleetwood Wilson, CB. Assistant Under Scire aru of State. 

Private Secretaries B. R. 'f. Grindle, Esq. 



Army Council. 



DEPARTMENT OF CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF. 



Prioate Secretary 

Director of Military Operations 

Assistant Directors 



^ 1/ j.- 

(p.s.c ( 

. ■< p.s.c. < 

Lp.s.c I 



Chief of the General Staff Lieut.General Hon.Sir~N. G. LytteitoTi.ECB. (First Military Member). 

p.s.c. Major Hon. H. Yarde-Biiller, DSO. Rifle Brigade. 
5" p.s.c. Major General J. M. Grierson, CB. CMG. CVO. R. Artillery 
(. 12 Feb. 04. 

Colonel W. R. Robertson, DSO. 
Colonel F. J. Davies, Grenadier Guards. 
Colonel C. E. Callwell. 
.p.s.c. Major D. J. M. Fasson, Royal Artillery. 
(p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel G. F. Milne, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel J. A. L. Haldane, D.S.O. Gordon Highlanders. 
p.s.c. Captain H. C. Holman, DSO. Indian Army. 
Major R. P. Lee, Royal Engineers. 
J p.s.c. Maior H. B. Williams, DSO. Royal Engineers. 
Deputy Assist. Quarter Master Generals^ tc Bt.Major G. K. Ooukerill, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 

(p.s.c. Major J. E. Edmonds, Royal Engineers. 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. D. Drake. Royal Marine Artillery. 
p.s.c. Major W. A. Macbean, Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c. Major C. F. Romer, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 
p.s.c. Captain G. McK. Franks, Royal Artillery. 
/p.s.c. Major W. T. Furze, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c. Major R. St. G. Gorton, Royal Artillery. 
Captain W. S. Douglas, Royal Engineers. 
Major A. D. GeddPs, East Kent Regiment. 
Captain F. G. VV. Kell, South Staffordshire Regiment. 
ji.s.c. Captain H. D. Farquharson, Royal Marines. 
Lieut. R. Omnianney Royal Engineers. 
p.s.c. Captain M. H. E. Welch, Royal Irish Regiment. 
Cantain C. G. W. Hunter, Royal Engineers. 
p.s.c. Major E. S. E. W. Eardley Russell, Royal Artillery. 
Major C. B. Simonds, Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c. Captain H. B. Roberts, Royal Artillery. 

Staff Captains , [ Major H. R. Davies, Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 

lp.s.c. Captain N. Malcolm, DSO Argyll and Sutherland Highldrs. 
p.s.c. Captain Clifford Coffin, Royal Engineers. 
Captain G. R. Frith, Royal Engineers. 
p.s.c. Captain Sir E. J. B. Grogan, Bt., Rifle Brigade. 
p.s.c. Captain B. Atkinson, Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c: Captain G. Paley, Rifle Brigade. 
p.s.c. Cantain A. Grant-Duff, Royal Highlanders. 
p.s.c. Captain J. T. Burnett-Stuart, DSO. Rifle Brigade. 
Major C. H. Enthoven, Royal Engineers. 
p.s.c Major J. K. Todd, Indian Army. 
1 p.s.c. Captain G. S. Clive, Grenadier Guards. 
\p.s.c Major W.Thwaites, Royal Artillery. 

Director of Staff Duties Major General H. D. Hutchinson, CSI. Indian Army. 

Assistant Director p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel H. H. Wilson, DSO. Rifle Brigade. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ji.s.c Lt.Colonel W. Adye. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master 9~.{%£ %$£?* £ ^^ Royal cfighlande.,. 

1 p.s.c. Bt.Major J. Campbell, DSO. Cameron Highlanders. 

I p.s.c. Captain .Hon. G. H. Morris, Rifle Brigade. 
Staff Captains Ap.s.c. Major Hon. A. R. Montagu-Stuan-Wortley, DSO. 

I Royal Rifles. 

Xp.s.c Captain K. M. Davie, Gloucester Regiment. 
Director of Military Training p.s.c. Major General Hon. Sir F. W. Stopford, KCMG. CB. 

Assistant Directors f "°. 1 ? n ?l?- S ', ^?} CMG - 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant General . 



' (.p.s.c Colonel A. Hamilton-Gordon, Royal Artillery. 

(p.t.c Major G. M. Harper, DSO. Royal Engineers. 
_ . . . . . _ . -., . „ \ p.s.c. Captain H. M. de F. Montgomery, Roya 1 Artillery. 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Gens, j ' g e M ^ QT A G DaUag> Durha 5 m Light In V ant ry. 

(.Major H. S. Jeudwine, Royal Artillery. 
I p.s.c Captain M. P. Buckle, DSO. West Kent Regiment. 
I p.s.c. Captain J. Duncan, DSO. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 
cusrri t ■ J P- s - c - Captain R. T. Roper, Dorsetshire Regiment. 

• lp.s.c. Captain A. Solly-Flood, DSO. South Lancashire Regiment. 
p.s.c Captain T. O. Marden, Cheshire Regiment. 
p.s.c Bt.Major C. J. Sackville-West, King's Royal Rifle Corps 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

Adjutant General to the Forces Major General C. W. H. Douglas. CB. (Second Military Member). 

Private Secretary Major P. B Smithe, M VO. 

Director of Recruiting and Organisa-} M ■ General H . S- G . Mi i es , CVO. CB. 4 June 04. 

tion y 1 J 

( Colonel C. Crutchley, MVO. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals i Colonel H. Bowles, CB. 

( y.s.c. Lieut.Colonel G. F. Ellison. 

f¥€ Captain C. Mansel-Jones, W. Yorkshire Regiment. 
^ * . . * * **•'* j. a , -i p.s.c. Lt.Colonei W. L. White. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ... \£ , c Major A Symons, 13 Hussars. 

( p.s.c. Major D. L. MacEwen, Cameron Highlanders. 
J Bt.Major A. M'N. Dykes, Royal Lancaster Regiment. 

Staff' Captains 1 p.s.c. Captain A. H. H. Wilson, Wiltshire Regiment, 

^Captain E. H. E. Collen, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
Director of Personal Services p.s.c. Major General W. E. Franklyn, CB. 28 Mar. 04. 



Army Council. 3a 

(p.n.c. Colonel 0. J. Mackenzie. 
.. «j- 4 ,»t ^«. a .,i n ) Colonel J. M. S. Brunker. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals } Colonel It. C. Maxwell, CB. 

{.p.s.c. Colonel E. R. C. Graham, CB. 

Deputu As<i»tanl Adjutant General p s.c. Lt.Co'on-d W. L. White. 

Staff Captain p.s.c. M ijor A. E. Hug. Kind's O.vn Scottish Borderers. 

Director Gen. of Army Medical Ser/ices Surgeo-i Gin^al A. Keogh, MD. CB. [ranking as Lt. General). 

Deputy Director Ganeral Sirgeon General W. J. Faweett, MB. CB. 

Astiitant Director General YS L^.Co'onel W. Babtie, MB. CMG. Koval A-my Medical Cirpi. 

(Major T. M'Culloch, MB. R>yal Army Medical Corps. 

Deputy Assistant D'.rector Generals < Bt.Lieur.Colonel M. W. Russell, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

(.Mijor H. C. Thurston, CMG. Riyal Armr Medical Corps. 

Director of Auxiliary Forces Major General W. H. Mackinnon, CVO. CB. 10 Apr. 04. 

'Hon. Colonel F. C. Roniar, CMG. 6 Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 
> (for Militia). 
) LA. Colonel F. C. Viscount Maitland, Citv of Lonlon Imperial 

Assistant Directors -, Yeomanrv, Ge»tleman-at-Arms (for Imperial Yeomanry). 

' Hon. Colonel T. S.Cave, 1 Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment 
(fur Volunteers). 



DEPARTMENT OF THE QUARTER MASTER GENERAL. 

Quarter Master General to the Forces Lt. General Sir \V. G. Nicholson, KCB. Royal Engiueers. 

Frioate Secretary B. E. Holloway. 

Director of Transport and Remounts p s.c. Major General F. W. Benson, CB. t Apr. 04. 

Assistant Direct :>r of Transport Colonel F. T. Clayton, CB. 

Staff Captain Major A . R. C. Atkins, Army Service Corps. 

Assistant Director of Remounts Colonel U. G. C. de Burgh, CB. 

Staff Captain Captain L. R. G. Bell. 

Director General, Army Veterinary) Colonel H. Thomson. CB. Army Veterinary Department (ranking as 

Services S Major G nerai), 15 Oct. 02. 

_. . -■„. -„*„ «„j /->„„,*.««i»,„o fi''« c - Colonel H. M. Lnwson. CB. Riyal Engineers, Kith rank of 

Director of Movements and Quartering^ Brigadier General, 1 Apr. ol 

Daputy Assi't. Director of Movements p.s.c. Bt. Major \V. Campbell, D80. Gordon Highlanders. 

Deputy Assist. Director of Quarterlngs Major A. Phelps, Army Service Corps. 

Deputy Assistant Director of Railways Captain H. L. Pritchard, DSO, Royal Engineers. 

Director of Supplies and Clothing p.t.c. Major General R. Auld, CB. 1 Apr. 04. 

Assistant Direct it of Supplies Lt.Colonel T. D. Foster, MVO. Army Service Corps, 1 Jan. 05. 

Director of Equipment and Ordnance 1 C-lonel F. E. Mulcalry, CB. Army Ordnance Dept. 1 Apr. 04 (Kith 

Stores 5 rank of Major General). 

.„i„ h .. nirpet-ni-. S I.t.Colonel E. A. Moult n-Barrett, CMG. Army Ordnance Dept. 

Assistant directors ( Lt .Colonel H. W. Perry, Army Ordnance Department. 

T>pr>nrv Assistant- Directors /Lt.Colonel C. M. Mathew, DSO. Army Ordnance Department. 

Deputy Assistant Directors [.MajorC C. Wrigley, jp.a.e. Army Ordnauce Department. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE MASTER GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE. 

Master General of the Ordnance p.s.c Major Gen. Sir J. W.Murray, KCB. R. Art. (Fourth Mi!. Member.) 

Private Secretary B. S. Boulter, Esq. 

Director of Artilleiy Colonel C. F. Hadden, p.a.c o Apr. 04. 

rBt.U. Colonel J. E. W. Headlam, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
Assistant Directors < Major II. H. Rich, Royal Artillery. 

CLt.Colonel E. F. Nelson. 
Deputy Assistant Director (temp.) 

/Captain B. J. M. Locke, Royal Artillery. 

I Captain F. L. Galloway, p.a.c. Royal Artillery. 

Staff Captains J , Captain J. S.OUivant, DSO. Royal Artillery. 

p.s.c. Major W. E. Edwards, Royal Artillery. 

\p.s.c. Captain S. W. Douglas, DSO. Royal Artillery. 

Nival Advissr 

Director of Fortifications and Works Colonel E. M. Ruck, Royal Engineers, 1 Apr. 04. 

f Colonel F. Rainsford-Hannay, Royal Engineers. 
Assistant Directors < Colonel S. D. Cleeve, Roval Engineers. 

( Colonel C. B. Mayne. 

In ^ e ^° r M^ eCtriC LlghtS and Sub "i Major W. B. Brown, Royal Engineers, 
marine mines ... 1 

Inspector of Iron Structures Captain T. E. Cochrane, MVO. Royal Engineers. 

/Captain E. D. Swinton, DSO. Royal Engineers. 

Captain H. S. Rogers, Royal Engineers. 

Staf Captains J lit. Major A. J. Craven, Royal Engineers. 

Captain J. B. MnetJoorge, R >y:il Engineers. 

vOaptain 0. E. Vickers, Royal Engineers. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE CIVIL MEMBER OF THE 
ARMY COUNCIL. 

Civil Member R. W. J. Earl 0/ Donoughmore. 

» • , c 1 ■ fJ. Houlihan. Esq. 

Priealc Secretaries < w n rn ,„„.' • ,' _ • „ 

(. h. lJ. ( nnrtoi 1-'. (« >tpiuti). 

Director of Barrack Construction H. B. Measures, Esq. FRTB.i. 

Assist. Director of Barrack Constn. ... T. Ivor-Moore, FSl. ACEE. AMlnst.EE. 

Assistant Architects {HS^^' 

Chaplain General lit. Sec. Bishop J. Taylor Smith, DD. 1 Nov. 01. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE FINANCE MEMBER OF THE 
ARMY COUNCIL. 

Financial Secretary W. Bromley Davenport, DSO. 

Private SearetarU i °- M - Wynne, Esq. 

jrrwa (Captain Sir 8. E. Scott, Barf. W. Kent Imperial Yeo. (unpaid). 

D. rector of Army Finance Sir G.D.A. Fleetwo id WilBon, OB. 

Private Secretary B. R. T. Grmdle, Esq. 

Assistnnt- Directors f J. A. Flynn (/1cco«h/«). 

Assistant Directors £ H _ D De la Bere iFilM nee). 

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War Services of the Field Marshals. 



4 Sir Frederick Paul Haines' services : — On the ormat on of the Army of the Sutlej in 1845 he was appo nted to 
officiate as Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India, Sir Hugh Gough, and in that capacity he was 
present at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah (Medal and one Clasp) ; in the latter engagement he was severely 
wounded by grape-shot at the attack on the enemy's works, his horse being killed under him at the same moment: 
At the recommendation of Lord Gough he was promoted to a Company in the 10th Foot, without purchase; As 
Military Secretary to his Lordship he served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848—49, and was present at the affair of out 
posts at Ramnuggur, 22nd Nov. 1848, and subsequent operations resulting in the passage of the Chenab, and the bat- 
tles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the 21st Fusiliers in 
the Kastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). During the Afghan 
war he directed the military operations as Commander in Chief from September 1879 to September 1880 (received 
the thanks of both Houses of Parliament). 

G Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and was severely wounded when leading the 
storming party against the chief's stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea 
with the 90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and was employed in the trenches as Acting Engineer until Sebastopol 
was taken ; was engaged in the assault and defence of the Quarries on 7th June, and on duty in the trenches at the 
attack of the 18th June; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when in charge of the advanced sap (several 
times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class ofi the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at the relief of Luck- 
now, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lucknow, sub- 
sequently as D.A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at the affair of Baree, action at Nawabgunger and all 
the others fought by that force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served 
in the war of i860 in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and was present at the assault of the Taku 
Forts, and in all the engagements throughout the campaign (promoted Major unattached, Medal with two Clasps). 
Commanded the expedition sent in 1870 from Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel 
Government established at Fort Garry against the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael and 
St. George and Companion of the Bath for his services upon that occasion (Medal). Was Governor and Commander 
of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (received the thanks of both Houses of Parlia 
ment, promoted to be Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, GCMG. KCB. and Medal with Clasp). At 
a meeting of the Common Council of the Corporation of London it was unanimously resolved as follows : — ■ That 
the honorary freedom of this City, with a sword of the value of 100 guineas, be presented to Major-General Sir Garnet 
Joseph Wolseley, KCB. GCMG., in recognition of his gallant services in the British Army, and especially in reference 
to the distinguished ability and gallantry displayed by him in his command of the expedition to the Gold Coast, by 
which he obtained results conducive to peace, commerce, and civilisation on the continent of Africa. And this Court 
desires also to record its admiration of the patient endurance of hardship exhibited, and the valuable co-operation 
and assistance rendered to Sir Garnet Wolseley, by the gallant officers and men of both services and of all arms en- 
gaged in the expedition." Was sent to South Africa in June 1879 as Governor and High Commissioner of Natal 
and lands adjacent, with local rank of General. Completed the subjugation of the Zulus and brought the Zulu war 
to a conclusion. Afterwards overpowered Sekukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold ; and finally 
subdued the disaffected Boers and completed the annexation of the Transvaal (GCB., Medal with Clasp). Was Com- 
mander in Chief of the British Expeditionary Army throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, in which campaign that 
Army in the space of 25 days effecteddisembarkationat Ismailia, traversed the desert, and seized the capital of Egypt 
together with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in that period fought and defeated the enemy five times — finally 
at Tel-el-Kebir where the enemy's strongly entrenched position was taken at the point of the bayonet after an arduous 
night march, all his guns captured, and his army overwhelmed (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 
raised to the Peerage, promoted General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with Clasp, ist Class of the 
Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Commanded the forces in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 (received the thanks- 
of both Houses of Parliament, was raised to a Viscount in the Peerage and received two Clasps). 

7 Earl Roberts served throughout the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 as D.A.Q.M. General of Artillery, including 
the siege and capture of Delhi from the 28th June to the 29th September — wounded 14th July, horse shot 14th Sep" 
tember; actions of Bolundshur — horse shot, Allyghur, Agra, Kunoj — horse sabred, and Bundhera where he nar- 
rowly escaped capture while reconnoitring; present in the skirmishes prior to and throughout the operations- 
connected with the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; operations at Cawnpore from 28th Nov. to 6th Dec. 1857, and 
defeat of the Gwalior Contingent, action at Khodagunge, reoccupation of Fettehghur, storm of Meangunge, action 
of Koorsee, and the various operations ending with the capture of Lucknow (thanked by the Governor General, 
Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps) : received the Uv£ under the following circumstances : — 
" Lieutenant Roberts' gallantry has on every occasion been most marked. On following up the retreating enemy 
on the 2nd January 1858, at Khodagunge, he saw in the distance two Sepoys going away with a standard. Lieutenant 
Roberts put spurs to his horse, and overtook them just as they were about to enter a village. They immediately 
turned round and presented their muskets at him, and one of the men pulled the trigger, but fortunately the cap 
snapped, and the standard-bearer was cut down by the gallant young Officer, and the standard taken possession, 
of by him. He also, on the same day, cut down another Sepoy who was standing at bay, with musket and bayonet, 
keeping off a sowar. Lieutenant Roberts rode to the assistance of the horseman, and rushing at the sepoy, with 
one blow of his sword cut him across the face, killing him on the spot." Was employed on special service with the 
expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North West Frontier of India, and was present at the storming of Laloo, 
capture of Umbeeylah and destruction of Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign from 
January 1868, as Assistant Quarter Master General of the Bengal Brigade, and as Senior Officer of the Department 
at Zoula, superintended the re-embarkation of the whole army; was selected by Sir Robert Napier as the bearer 
of his final despatches (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). Served as Assistant Quarter Master General and Senior 
Staff Officer with the Cachar Column, Looshai Expeditionary Force, in 1871-72, and was present at the capture ofi 
the Kholel villages, and attack on the Northlang range. Commanded the Troops engaged at the burning of the 
village of Taikoom, 26th January 1872 (CB.). Commanded the Koorum Field Force from the commencement of 
the Afghan war in 1878, and was present at the storming and capture of the Peiwar Kotal and the pursuit of the Afghan 
army to the Shutargardan, at the affair of the Maugior Pass and during the operations in Khost (received the 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, and KCB.). Commanded the Cabul Field Force during the advance on and 
occupation of Cabul in the autumn of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah, and throughout the 
operations at Sherpore during the winter of 1879-80 (CIE.) Commanded the Cabul-Candahar Field Force which 
marched from Cabul to Candahar in August 1880, relieved the Candahar Garrison, and on the ist September de- 
feated and dispersed the army under Ayub Khan (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, Medal with 
four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Nominated GCB. and created a Baronet for his distinguished services in 
India; Has been twenty-three times mentioned in despatches before the Afghan war, during which campaign he 
was eight times thanked by the Viceroy and Commander in Chief in India. Commanded the forces in Burmah in 
1886 after the capture of Mandalay (received the thanks of the Government of India, Clasp). _ Commanded the 
forces during the war in South Africa from 23rd December 1899 to 2nd January 1901; took part in the operations 
in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including the action at Belfast (created an Earl and appointed KG.. Medal with six Clasps). 

9 The Duke of Connaught served in the Egyptian war of 1882, in command of the ist Brigade (the Guards), and 
was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 
CB. % Medal with Clasp, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

10 Sir Henry Evelyn Wood entered the Navy in April 1852, and served in the Naval Brigade as Aide de Camp to 
Captain Peel from ist Oct. 1854 to 18th June 1855, when he was severely wounded carrying up scaling ladders 
to the Redan (mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1858 as Brigade Major in Somerset's 



War Services of the Field Marshals. Q 

Brigade, and was present at Rajghur, Sindwaho (mentioned in General Michel's despatch), Kharee, and Barode (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed in 1859-60, while commanding 1st Regiment Eeatson's Horse, in hunting 
down rebels in the Seronge Jungles; thanked by the Government of India for an attack made on a band in December 
1859, and gazetted to the Victoria Cross " for having on the 19th October 1858, during action at Sindwaho, when 
in command of a Troop of the 3rd Light Cavalry, attacked with much gallantry, almost singlehanded, a body of rebels 
who had made a stand, whom he routed. Also for having subsequently, near Sindhora, gallantly advanced with 
a duffadar and sowar of Beatson's Horse, and rescued from a band of robbers a Potail, Chemmum Singh, whom they 
had captured and carried off to the Jungles, where they intended to hang him." Raised the 2nd Regiment Central 
India Horse. Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, and served 
throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74: Organised the natives forming * Wood's Regiment." Commanded the 
attacking force at the action of Essaman (received the expression of Her Majesty's approbation). Commanded the 
troops at the head of the road following the enemy from Mensu to the river Prah prior to the arrival of the European 
troops, including the reconnaissance in force of the 27th November. Commanded the Right Column at the battle 
of Amoaful — slightly wounded, and commanded the Head Quarters of his regiment at the battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Served 
throughout the Gaika war of 1878 in command of a column (several times mentioned in despatches). Served through- 
out the Zulu war of 1879, in command of No. 4 Column. As Political Agent raised a contingent of 1,000 friendly 
Zulus, known as " Wood's Irregulars." Two days after the British reverse at Isanhhvana he surprised and defeated 
a force of several thousands of the enemy and then maintained an advanced position in the enemy's country for which 
he was specially commended by the High Commissioner (nominated KCB.). Defeated the Zulus in the action of 
Kambula on the 29th March. Appointed Brigadier General in April. Led the advance on Ulundi with a Flying 
Column, and was present in the engagement there on the 4th July (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Boer war of i88r with the rank of Major General, and on the death of Sir George Colley, as Governor 
of Natal and Commander in Chief of the British forces (GCMG.). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command 
of the 4th Brigade in the operations near Alexandria.oincluding the surrender of Kafr Dowar and Damietta 
(mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, Medal, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and 
Khelve's Star). Served during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the Line of Communications (men- 
tioned in despatches, rst Class of the Medjidie, Clasp). 

H Sir George White served with the 27th Regiment on the North West Frontier during the Indian mutiny in 
I 857~59 (Medal). Served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, and in the various operations around Cabul in December 1870, includ- 
ing the investment of Sherporc ; was also present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 25th April 1880 ; accom- 
panied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the reconnaissance of 3rst August and 
at the battle of Candahar (frequentiy mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Victoria Cross, Medal with 
three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration : was awarded the 1'C " for conspicuous bravery during the engagement at 
Charasiah on the 6th October r879, when, finding that the artillery and rifle fire failed to dislodge the enemy from 
a fortified hill which it was necessary to capture, Major White led an attack upon it in person. Advancing with two 
companies of his regiment, and climbing from one steep ledge to another, he came upon a body of the enemy, strongly 
posted, and outnumbering his force by about 8 to 1. His men being much exhausted, and immediate action being 
necessary, Major White took a rifle, and, going on by himself, shot the leader of the enemy. This act so intimidated 
the rest that they fled round the side of the hill, and the position was won. Again, on the 1st September 1880, at 
the battle of Candahar, Major White, in leading the final charge, under a heavy fire from the enemy, who held a 
strong position and were supported by two guns, rode straight up to within a few yards of them, and, seeing the guns,, 
dashed forward and secured one, immediately after which the enemy retired." Served with the Nile Expedition. 
in 1884-85, during the latter part of the time as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885—80 in command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade- 
and commanded at Mandalay during the insurrection ; commanded the Upper Burmah Field Force after the capture, 
of Mandalay (received the thanks of the Government and of the Commander in Chief in India, promoted Major 
General for distinguished service in the field, frequently mentioned in despatches, KCB., and Medal with Clasp): 
Commanded the Zhob Field Force in 1890 (received the thanks of the Government and Commander-in-Chief in 
India). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command o f the Natal Field Force, and successfully 
conducted the defence of Ladysmith during its investment by the Boers for the period of 118 days, until relieved* 
by the force undtr Sir Redvers Buller (twice mentioned in despatches, GCMG., Medal with two Clasps); 



War Services of the General Officers. 

1 For the War Servl.es ol General Officers being Colonels of Regiments, &c, see the Corps to which they respectively 

j W u Sil > Ge r°£ ge barker s ""ved with the 78th Highlanders in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack 
■ u u 1 Kooshab, bombardment of Mohumrah, and expedition to Ahwaz (Medal with Clasp). Served in Bengal 
wjj V r- S Col Tl mn from " s first taking the field in 1857, including the actions of Futtehpor;. Aoung, Pandoo, 

Nuddee, Cawnpore, Onao, Buseerutgunge (first and second), Boorbeakechowkee, and the several actions leading to 
• i. C A S '" v ° l the Residenc y of Lucknow and subsequent defence, including several sorties— wounded 

with Uutrarn s force at Alumbagh, including the repulse of the numerous attacks, and in the operations ending in 
u "J, u-? aptU i re Lu . cknow > where he officiated as D.A.Q.M. General, 1st Division, and was mentioned in despatches), 
the Kohilcunrl campaign in 1858, and capture of Bareilly (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Brevet 
01 Major, and a years service for Lucknow). 

1M Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke served in the 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the Taptee 
Kiver in cooperation with the Central India Field Force in 1858. Served also in the New Zealand war of 1861. and 
was present at the operations before Te Arei. Also during the war in 1863-66, present as Adjutant of the 57th at the 
action ot Ratikara (mentioned in despatches), and as D.A.Q.M. General from June 1863 to March 1866 in the Pro* ince 
01 laranaki, including the action near Poutoko, capture of the Maori positions at Ahuahu, Kaitake, Mataitawa, and 
le Arei, operations at Warea and Te Puru, and various minor affairs (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Medal): 
Served in the Zulu campaign of 1879 ; commanded the 57th Regiment in the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned 
in despatches) and relief of Ekowe ; afterwards commanded the 2nd Brigade 1st Division, and subsequently was 
appointed to the command of " Clarke's Column "—a force of all arms— formed by Sir Garnet Wolseley for the follow- 
!k g vi-!fii t5 k t ') e s ? c ° nd advance to Ulundi, the capture of King Cetywayo, the subjugation of the Zulu tribes near 
the Middle Drift of the River Tugela, and the pacification of Zululand ; these objects were successfully accomplished 
t thanked in General Orders, mentioned in despatches as having " performed the duties of his responsible command 
in the most highly efficient manner," Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). On the conclusion of the war was 
appointed Commandant General ol the Colonial Forces in South Africa, 



Io War Services of the General Officers. 

128 Lord William Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 1854 (Medal). Served with the 2nd 
Battalion Coldstrean Guards in the Egpytian war 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, and 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

168 Sir G. B. Wolseley served with the 84th Regiment during the latter part of the Indian Mutiny, and was engaged 
in all the minor affairs in the Shahabad district under Sir John Douglas (Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 
1878-79 as Assistant Adjutant General with the Candahar Field Force (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal). Served in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant General with the Head Quarters of the Army, and was present at the 
batt/e of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie, and Khedive's Star) ; also served with the Nile Expedition in 1884—85 as Assistant Adjutant General at Head 
Quarters, and afterwards commanded at Abu Gus(nentioned in desjatches CB.,and Clasp). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1887 and 1889-91 in command of a Brigade (mentkned in despatches, KCB., and Medal with Clasp).' 
Commanded the troops during the operations in the Wuntho Territory in 1891 (received the thanks of the 
Government of India). 

175 Sir George Luck was present at the orerations against the Jownki Afrcedees in January 1878 (Medal with 
Clasp). Served with the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-80, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; 
commanded a squadron of the 15th Hussars and a trcop tf the 1st Punjaub Cavalry in engagements with the Afghan 
cavalry at Takht-i-Pul on the 4th January 1879 — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches); served with the 
Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier General Biddulph (CB.), and accompanied Major General Phayre, in 
command of his regiment, in the march to the relief of Cand.' har in August 1880 (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 
Served in the Boer war of i£8i in cemmand of the 15th Hussars. 

186 General J. F. Owen served with Wood's Column in the Zulu war of 1879 In command of a Mounted 
Gatling Battery, and was present in the engagerr.ent at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
(Medal with Clasp). 

231 Major General C. J. Burnett served in the Ashanti war from the 30th November 1873 till invalided at Quar- 
man, including the attack and capture of Adubiassie ; commanded the post of Quarman at the commencement of 
the enemy's attack upon it on the 31st January (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war 
in 1879-80 as Assistant Adjutant General 1st Division Candahar Field Force, and was present at the defence of Can- 
dahar (mentioned in despatches), including the sortie of Deh Khojah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal). 

207 Major General B. A. Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as 
Orderly Officer to Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served throughout the 
Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Brigade Major of Cavalry 1st Division Peshawur Valley Field Force, including the 
attack and capture of Ali Musjid and the engagement at Futtehabad ; afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter 
Master General, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, in the operations around 
Cabul in December 1879, including the investment of Sherpore, and in the engagement at Shekabad ; accompanied 
Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (frequently mentioned 
an despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

212 Sir Hugh M'Calmont served in the Red River Expedition in 1870 (brought home the despatches, Medal): 
Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was 
appointed a Military Attache to the British Embassy at Constantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war 
in 1877, and accompanied the Turkish armies in the field throughout the campaign in Armenia (Brevet of Major, 
Turkish War Medal). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa as Aide de Camp in 1879, and was present 
in the subsequent operations, including those against Sekukuni (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). Served on the Staff of Brigadier General Macgregor in the expedition against the Marris in 1880 
(mentioned in despatches). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Brigade Major of the 1st Cavalry Brigade, and 
was present in the engagement at Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the 
capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as second in command and afterwards in command of the Light Camel Regi- 
ment, including the operations of the Desert Column (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB. t and 
Clasp). 

2U Major General L. V. Swaine served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Military Secretary to Sir Garnet Wolseley, 
and was present at the engagement of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Military Secretary to Lord Wolseley (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). 

21<3 Sir Archibald Hunter served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Egyptian Army (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star); with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 including the engagement at Giniss — severely wounded 
(mentioned in desptaches, DSO.) ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 in command of a Brigade 
of the Egyptian army, including the engagements at Arguin and Toski — wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Lt. Colonel, Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in com- 
mand of the Infantry Division, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in des- 
patches, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with two Clasps) ; in 1897 he commanded Columns, and was present in the engagement at Abu Hanied and at the 
occupation of Berber (mentioned in despatches, 2nd Class of the Osmanieh, two Clasps to Khedive's Medal) ;in 1898 
he commanded a Division of the Egyptian Army, including the Cavalry reconnaissances on 30th March and 4th 
April and the battle of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches), and commanded the Infantry Divsion at the battle 
of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 2nd Class of the Osmanieh, 
KCB., and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 as Chief of the Staff, 
and took part in the defence of Ladysmith including the sortie of 1st December 1899 > afterwards commanded an 
Infantry Division (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted Lieut. General for distinguished service in the 
field, Medal with four Clasps). 

231 Major General E. S. Brook served with the 94th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagement at Ulundi and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni, including the storming of the strong- 
hold (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1880-81 in command of the Fort at Marabastadt, which he suc- 
cessfully defended for a period of 92 days (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded the 2nd 
Brigade Tochi Field Force during part of the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lock- 
hart in 1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1902 on the Staff, and in command of the 
Harrismith District (mentioned in despatches). 

23G Major General B. B. D. Campbell served with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian w r of 1882, 
and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1900-02 in command of 16th Infantry Brigade from 
20th Jan. 1900 to 22nd July 1902, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April to May 1900; 
in Orange River Colony, May to Oct. 1900. including the actions at Biddulphsberg and Wittebergen, 1st to 29th 
July 1900; in the Transvaal, Oct. 1900; in Orange River Colony, Nov. igoo to Feb. 1901; in the Transvaal and 
Natal, Feb. and March 1901 ; in Orange River Colony, March 190T to April 1902 ; also served as Commandant of 
the Ficksberg, Brandwater and Bethlehem districts, Aug. 1901 to April 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, CB. t 
CVO Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

238 Sir G. de C. Morton served as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1868, 
including the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). Served as Brigade Major and as 
Assistant Adjutant General during the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of the 
Peiwar Kotal (mentioned in despatches), in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned in 
despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches) ; accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

2-H Sir N. G. Lyttelton served with the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Jowaki campaign of 1877 (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir John Adye. Chief of the Staff, and was present 
in the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches. 



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Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign 
in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 in command of the 2nd Brigade British Division, and was present 
in the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for distinguished service in the field, 
received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the 4th Infantry Brigade, also as Chief of Staff. Took part in the 
relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso; the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at 
Vaal Krantz; on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb.. Afterwards commanded the 4th Infantry Division, and took 
part in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, and theaction at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, August and Sept. 1900, including the action at Belfast. Commanded in the operations against De Wet in 
Cape Colony and Orange River Colony in Feb. and March 1901. Subsequently commanded in Natal (mentioned 
in despatches, promoted Lieut. General for distinguished service in the field, KCB., Medal with six Clasps). 

2*5 Major General L. J. Oliphant served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), 
served in the South African war in 1901—02 in command of the Germiston District, and in command of a section 
of the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

248 Major General R. B. Lane served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Aide de Camp to Major General Newdigate, and was 
present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Boer war of i33i under Sir Evelyn Wood as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Served in the Egyptian war 
of 1882 as Aide de Camp to H.R.H. Major General the Duke of Connaught, Commanding the 1st Brigade, and was 
present in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

259 Major General H. H. Parr served during the Kafir war of 1877 as Colonial Military Secretary to the Cape Govern- 
ment, and was employed to inspect and report on the Colonial Forces. On the outbreak of the Zulu war in 1879 he 
served as Assistant Staff Officer to Colonel Glyn's Column. Afterwards as Military Secretary to the High Commissioner 
(several times mentioned in the despatches of his Excellency Sir Bartle Frere, Medal with Clasp, CMC). Served in 
the Boer war of 1881 as Commandant of the Remount Establishment, and also as Commandant of a ccrps of Mounted 
Infantry. Commanded the Mounted Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at 
Tel-el-Mahuta — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidie, Medal, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1884, as Commandant of Suakin and afterwards 
in command of Native Troops at Suakin ; organised a carrier corps for service with British troops and also a troop of 
Mounted Infantry for scouting duties ; was present in the engagement at Temai (mentioned in Admiral Sir William 
Hewitt's despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, two Clasps). Served with the Xile Expedition in 1884—85 as Commandant 
of Shellal (Clasp, 3rd Class of the Osmanieh). 

2>tJ Sir Reginald Pole-Carew served in the Afghan war in T879-80 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Roberts, and 
was present at the advance on Cabul, in the engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, and in the operations 
around Cabul in December 1879, including the investment of Shcrpore ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the 
march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served as Orderly Officer to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahut.i and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 successively as Commandant at Head Quarters, in 
command of an Infantry Brigade, and in command of an Infantry Division. Took part in the advance on 
Kimberley, including the actions at Modder River and Magersfontein: in the operations in the Orange Free State, 
Feb. to May 1900, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in 
May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east 
of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at Belfast (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Major 
General for Distinguished Service in the Field, KCB., Medal with five Clasps). 

257 Sir Charles Knox served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in 1884-85 under Sir Charles Warren, when he 
raised and commanded the 4th Pioneer Regiment (Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1900 in command of the 13th Brigade, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, 
including those at Paardeberg of 16th to 27th Feb. 1900 — severely wounded (three times mentioned in despatches, 
KCB., promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field). 

258 Major General H. Cough served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 on special duty, and was present at the attack 
and capture of Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Exepdition in 1884 with the 10th Hussars 
and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Bechuanaland exi editton in 1884-85 under Sir Charles Warren, when 
he raised and commanded a regiment of Mounted Rifles (CMC). 

200 Lieut. General A. S. Wynne served as Superintendent of Army Signalling in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Superintendent of Field 
Telegraphs, and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal in charge of Army Signalling with the Koorum Valley 
Field Force, and in the engagements in the Mungiar Pass and at Mattoon Khost (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General for Signalling. Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on the Lines of Commu- 
nication (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's- 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 first as Deputy Adjutant General, and afterwards in com- 
mand o: the nth Infantry Brigade, the Standerton-Heidelherg District and Cape Colony District. Took part in 
the relief of Ladysmith, including he operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; 
the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz; on the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb. — wounded 22nd Feb.; in Natal, March to June 1900, and the action at Laing's Nek (three times mentioned 
in despatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with six Clasps). 

2«1 Lieut. General C. W. H. Douglas served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 92nd Highlanders, and was 
present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th of October 1879 and subsequent pursuit of the Afghans, in the 
operations round Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Sherpore, and in the engagement at Charasiah 
on the 25th April 1880 (mentioned in despatches) ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, 
and was present at the reconnaissance of the 31st August and at the battle of Candahar — horse shot (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Also served in the Boer war of 1881. 
Served in the Soudan campaign of 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command 
of the 9th Infantry Brigade and in command of a Column. Took part in the advance on Kimberley,' including the 
action at Magersfontein; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal, west of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., and the action at Venterskroon ; in the Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including the actions at Lindley, 1st June, and Rhenoster River (twice mentioned in despatches, promoted Major 
General for Distinguished Conduct in the Field, Medal with three Clasps). 

268 Major General W M. Willson served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the action at Abu 
Klea; served also as Commandant at Gubat (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal with two Clasps, and Khe- 
dive's Star) Served in the South African war in igor on Special Service (twice mentioned in despatches, KCB.): 

2"1 Major General F. W. Kitchener served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Transport Officer Cabul Field Force, 
and was present in the advance on Cabul under Sir F. Roberts, in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 
1879, in the affair at Karez Meer, in the operations in the Chardeh Valley, at the defence of Sherpore, and with the 
Kama Expedition (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary I'orce 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Director of Transport, including the engagement at Firket and the operations 
at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, British Medal, and Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1897-98 as Director of Trans- 
port, Military Governorof Khartoum, and Commandant of the Kordofan Field Force, and was present at the battles 
of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, 3rd Class of 
the Medjidie, two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took 
part in the relief of Ladysmith (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service 
in the Field, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

Me Lord Dundonald served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in co-nmand of the 2nd Life Guards detachment 



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of the Camel Corps ; carried the despatches to Korti announcing the seizure of the Gakdul wells ; commanded the 
transport and baggage of the Desert Column under Sir Herbert Stewart in the advance to Metammeh ; was present 
at the action at Abu Klea and in the engagement at Gubat ; acted as guide to the convoys which left Gut at on the 
evenings of 23rd January and rst February, and also to the reinforcements to Abu Klea ; carried the despatches from 
Gubat announcing the fall of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieut. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in r8oo-iooo; commanded the Mounted Troops of the South 
Natal Field Force in the operations in Natal in 1899; took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop; commanded the 3rd Cavalry 
Brigade in the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on the Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb., and the action at Pieter's Hill; commanded the 3rd Mounted Brigade and the Natal Volunteer 
Brigade in the operations in Natal, March to June rgoo, and the action at Laing's Nek ; commanded the 3rd 
Mounted Brigade in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. rgoo, and the actions at 
Belfast and Lydenburg; and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900 (several times mentioned in de- 
spatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with six Clasps). 

266 Major General A. H. Paget served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from the r7th December T873, attached 
to Captain Butler's command (Medal with Clasp). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in r885 with the 2nd Batta- 
lion of the Scots Guards, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 in command of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards and was present 
in the advance on Kimberley, including the engagements at Belmont (mentioned in despatches), Enslin, Modder 
River — horse shot (mentioned in despatches), and Magersfontein ; appointed to command an Infantry Brigade in 
April rgoo ^promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with five Clasps). 

267 Major General H. F. Grant while serving with theEgyptian army in 1884, suppressed a mutiny of the Turkish 
Battalion (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and in the 
subse uent operations in the Soudan in 1885 in command of a battalion of Mounted Infantry (mentioned in de- 
spatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

268 Sir Bruce M. Hamilton served with the 15th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1880 with the force under Major 
General Phayre (Medal). Served in the Boer war of r88i as Aide de Camp to Sir George Colley, and was present in 
the engagement at the Ingogo River (mentioned in despatches); afterwards served as Aide de Camp to Sir Evelyn 
Wood until the conclusion of operations. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885 (Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Ashanti Expedition under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Brevet of Lt-Colonel, Star). Served with the Benin 
Expedition under Rear Admiral Rawson in 1897 ' n command of the Niger Coast Protectorate Force (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in T899-1902 with the Ladysmith 
Relief Force as Assistant Adjutant General, and was present at the battle of Colenso, and in the operations of 17th 
to 24th January T900 — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, KCB., promoted Major General for Distinguished 
Service in the Field). 

269 Major General R. S. S. Baden-Powell served in the operations in Zululand in 1888 as Assistant Miltary Sec- 
retary to the General Officer Commanding and as Intelligence Officer (mentioned in depatches). Served with the 
expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in r8g5 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Star). Served in the operations in 
South Africa as Chief Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African 
war in 1899— 1900, and conducted the defence of Mafeking against greatly superior numbers for seven months, unti) 
relieved by a force under Brigadier General B. T. Mahon combined with a small force under Colonel Plumer (pro- 
moted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, mentioned in despatches) ; afterwards served as Major- 
General on the Staff (Medal with three Clasps, CB.). 

271 Major General W. H. Mackinnon served in the South African war in T900 in command of the City of 
London Volunteers, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State in May 1900, including the action at 
Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill; and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at Eland's River 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

276 Major General H. C. O. Plumer served in the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in r884 as 
Adjutant of the 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and 
Temai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the 
operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in r8g6, when he organised, raised, and commanded a 
Corps of Mounted Rifles (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African war 
in r8gg-igo2 as Special Service Officer and in command of the Rhodesian Field Force; took part in the relief of 
Mafeking — wounded (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, appointed Aide de Camp to the King 
CB., promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field). 

277 Sir Francis Howard served with the Jowaki Afreedee Expedition in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served with 
the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Afghan war in ^78-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Alii 
Musjid and with the expeditions into the Bazar and Lughman Valleys (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Bur- 
mese Expedition in T888-89 with tne 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel 
Clasp). Served in the Soud»n campaign under Sir H. Kitchener in 1898 in command of the 2nd Battalion Rifle- 
Brigade, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, granted reward for distinguished) 
service, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the occupation of Crete in 1898 (CMG). 
Served in the South African war in r8gg-i900 on the Staff, and took part in the defence of Ladysmith (men- 
tioned in despatches, KCB., Medal with four Clasps). 

280 Major General F. W. Benson served with the Canadian Militia during the incursion of the Fenians into Canada in 
1866 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in i8gg-igoo as Special Service Officer, and on the 
Staff; served as Chief Staff Officer to the 6th Division in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May,, 
igoo, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; in Orange River 
Colony, May to Nov.; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, Jan. and Feb. (mentioned in despatches, CB 
Medal with three Clasps). 

281 Major General H. J. Scobell served in the South African war in r8gg-i902 in command of the 1st Regiment 
Brabant's Horse. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. to Dec. rgoo; in Orange River Colony 
in Dec. igoo; in Cape Colony, Dec. igoo to Jan. rgo2 (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Brevet of Colonel). 

282 Major General F. Ventris served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); and with the Egyptian 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General, Intelligence- 
Department. 

288 Major General V. Hatton served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in i8g8, and 
was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

285 Major General H. S. G. Miles served in the South African war in iSgg-rgoo as Assistant Adjutant Generall 
and afterwards as Chief Staff Officer in Natal, and took part in relief of Ladysmith, including operations of 17th to 
24th Jan. rgoo, and action at Spion Kop; operations of 5th to 7th Feb., including action at Vaal Krantz; the 
Tugela Heights, including action at Pieter's Hill; in Natal, March to June, including action at Laing's Nek; in, 
the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 2gth Nov., including actions at Be fast and Lydenburg; and in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, in i8gg (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.. Medal with six Clasps). 

289 Major General R. A. P.Clements served in the Kafir war in 1877-78, and was present at the engagement at 
Neumarke; also served in the Zulu war of i87g, and was present at the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp)* 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in i88s-8g as Brigade Major, and was present in the engagements at Obu 
(severely wounded) and Taindah— slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with, 
two Clasps). Served in the South African war in i8gg-igor in command of 12th Infantry Brigade and of the 
Pretoria and Standerton-Heidelberg Districts (mentioned in despatches). 

290 Hon. Sir F. W. Stopford served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir John Adye, Chief of the 
Staff, and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (gth Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-elKebir 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan, 
campaign in r884-8s as Aide de Camp to Major General Lyon Freemantle and afterwards as Brigade Major to the 
Brigade of Guards, and was present in the engagement at Hasheen (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 



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Clasp): Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott ill 1895 as Assistant Adjutant General 
(Brevet of Colonel, Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Military Secretary to Sir Redvers 
Buller, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso; the operations of the 17th to 
24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop; of 5th to 7th Feb. including the action at Vaal Krantz; the 
Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. including the action at Pieter's Hill; in Natal, March to June, including the 
action at Laing's Nek ; and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. including the actions at Belfast 
and Lydenburg (mentioned in despatches, KCMG., Medal with six Clasps). 

291 Major-General W. E. Franklyn served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 in command of the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment with the Tirah Expeditionary Force, and 
was present at the capture of the Sampagha and the Arhanga Passes 29th and 31st October, the capture of Bagh 1st 
to 26th November, the Dwatoi reconnaissance, the crossing of the Kahu Darra 27th, 28th and 29th November, the 
reconnaissance of the Saran Sar and engagement of nth November, and the operations against the Khani Khel Cham- 
kanis and in the Bazar Valley 25th to 27th December (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

292 Major-General D. Haig served in the Nile Expedition in 1898, and took part in the cavalry reconnaissance of 
5th April, and the battle of Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, British Medal and Khe- 
dive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff , and took part in operations 
in Natal in 1899. including actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop ; the relief of Kimberley ; opera- 
tions in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karee 
Siding. Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the action near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei 
and Belfast ; operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900, including action at Colesberg ; in the 
Transvaal, Orange River Colony, 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt. Colonel, Aide de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel, CB-, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

293 Major General \V. Campbell served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 (Medal). Served in the Egyptian Expe- 
dition in 1882, and took part in the bombardment of Alexandria, the operations at Ramleh, the occupation of Port 
S;iid, and the surrender of Fort Ghemil (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp Khedive's Star). 

293* Colonel P. H. N. Lake served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Assistant Field Engineer with the Southern 
Afghanistan Field Force (Medal). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 attached to the Intelligence Depart- 
ment, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and the Trofek zereba and in the advance to Temai 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

2W Colonel J. H. Laye served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1S78, and was present in 
the operations in the Waterkloof and Perie Bash, and acted as Staff Officer to Col. Palmer's Column (mentioned 
in despatches). Served in Wood's Flying Column throughout the Zulu war of 1S79, and was present in the engage- 
ments at Zungin Nek, Kambula Hil), and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

29J Brigadier General E. T. Dickson served throughout the campaign in the Eastern Soudan in 1S85 with the 1st 
Battalion of the Berkshire Regiment, and was present in the reconnaissance to Hasheen on the 1st Febrnary, in 
the engagements at Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba and the subsequent advance to, and burning of Temai (Medal 
with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star) ; also served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Brigade 
Major, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. 

290 Colonel I. R. Jones served in the Soudan Expedition in 1883 (Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star). Served in, 
the South African war in 1900-1002 ; landed in Cape Colony in command of 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, on 
7th April 1900 ; commanded the 1st Guards Brigade, with rank of Major General, from 10th April 1900 until 
4th October 1902 ; commanded the Midland District, Cape Colony, fro n March 1901 to 7th April 1902 ; took part 
in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Vet River and Zand River ; 
in the Transvaal, May and June, including the actions ne»r Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; and in 
the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including the action at Belfast and the inarch to Komati 
Poort (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with live Clasps). 



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War Services of the Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 39/ 



1 Colonel G. W. X. Rogers served in the Egyptian war of rS32, and was present at the action of Kassasin on 
the 9th September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Hazara Expedition in i838 with th-i 2nd 
Battalion Royal Irish Regiment (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

3 Colonel W. F. Cavaye served in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1901 as Commandant of the Kuruman District, as Commandant of a Colonial Defence area, and in com- 
mand of the Western District. 

« Colonel H. Ricardo served in the Soudan Expedition in 1885 with the Suakin Field Force (Modal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

I Colonel E. Antrolras served in the Soudan camnaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . 

8 Colonel F. A. Graves-Sawle served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the actions of Abu 
Klea and El Gubat (Medal with two Clasps, Khedive's Star). 

10 Colonel J. C. Hanford served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 18S2, and was present in the action 
at Kassasin (9th September! , and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp, 4thCla9s of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th 
Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El TebandTemai (4th Class of the Osmanieh, two Clasps). Served 
in the Nile Expedition in 1384-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the action at Kirbekan (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps). 

II Brigadier General F. .T. Graves served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 in command cf Mounted troops of 
the 2nd Brigade, and was present in the engagement at the Tofrok zereba (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasos. and Khedive's Star). 

15 Colonel I. J. C. Herbert served in the Egyptian Expedition in 1382 as Brigade Major 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 
and was present at the action of Mahuta and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp, Khedive's Star, Brevet of Major, 4th Class Medjidie). Served with the Nile Expedition in 18S4-85 with 
the Guards' Camel Corps, and was present at the action of Abu Klea (two Clasps). Served in the South African 
war in 1 890-1900 as Special Servics Officer and on the Staff (Medal with four Clasps). 
21 Colonel C. G. Leggett served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

24 Colonel A. Broadwood served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 2nd Battalion of the 
Scots Guards, and was present in the engagements at Hasheenand Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
37 Sir Edward Hutton served with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Zulu war of 1879; was present at the 
action of Gingindhlovu and relief of Ekowe ; and afterwards served as Aide deCamp to Major General Crealock, 
commanding the 1 st Division (Medal with Clasp). Serve<i in the Boer war in 1881 with Barrow's Mounted In- 
fantry. Served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir Archibald Alison, 
raised and organised the Mounted infantry Corps, and was present at the reconnaissance in force from Alexandria 
(5th August), and at the battle of Tel-e'-Kebir (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Commandant of 
Mounted Infantry, and subsequently as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ; raised the 1st and 2nd Battalions of 
Mounted Infantry (Clasp). Served iD South African war in 1900 as Special Service Officer, and in command of 
1st Brigade Mounted Infantry, took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May, including actions at 
Vet River and Zand River ; in Transvaal, May and June, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill ; in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; and 
in Cape Colony, north of Orange River (mentioned in despatches, KCMG., Medal with five Clasps). 

31 Colonel E. H. G. RavetihiU served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division, including the 
Zaimusht Expedition (Medal). 

37 MajorGeneral F. W. Hemming served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Aide de Camp to Lieut. General Maude 
and was present with the two expeditions into the Bazar Valley (Brevet of Major, Medal). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1835-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General in charge of the Intelligence Branch 
(mentioned in despatches), and in 1887 as Military Secretary to the Officer in Chief Ctmmandof the Forces 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

36 Lord Erroll served in ihe South African war in 1899-1900 in command of a Yeomanry Brigade (mentioned in 
despatches, CB.). 

** Colonel H. T. Hughes Hallett served with the 57th Regiment in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, and 
throughout the operations of " Clarke's Column " (Medal with Clasp). 

47 Brigadier General Craigie served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Assistant 
Adjutant General to the force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

13 Colonel J. M. Babington served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 
(mentioned in despatches). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 with the Kimberley Relief Force, in- 
cluding the engagement at Magersfontein finentioned in despatches). 

" Brigadier General J. E. W. S. Caulfeild served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 (Medal with Clasp). Seived in 
the operations in Sierra Leone iu 1898-99 (Medal with Clasp). 

50 Brigadier General Barlow served in the Hazara campaign in i8S3 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd 
Brigade, and was present in the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 in command of a Wing of the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment 
(Clasp). 

° 3 Colonel H. Cooper served in the Ashanti war in 1874 in the Transport Service (Medal). Served in the 
Boer war of 1881 in Barrow's Mounted Infantry. Served with the Burmese Expedition in :SS6 as Aide de Camp 
to the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896 (British Medal, and Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 
on Special Service, and afterwards as Commandant at the Base (twice mentioned in despatches, C.MG.). 

s * Colonel C. E. Beckett served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of Military Mounted Police, and was 
preseni in the action at Kassasin on the 9U1 September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment, and took part in the operations of the Desert Column 
including the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and 17th February (Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1900 as Assistant Adjutant General in Natal, and was present in the engagement at Dundee (severely 
wounded), and at the defence of Ladysmith (mentioned i« despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel F. S. F. Stokes served in Boer war of 1881 with Natal Field Force. Berved in Soudan campaign in 
1835, including engagement at Hasheen and the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

«' Colonel \V. A. Dunne served in the Kaffir war of 1S77-78. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, first as 
Senior Commissariat Officer of No. 3 Column, and afterwards as Commissary of Supplies of the Flying Column 
and took part in the defence of Rorke's Drift Post (mentioned in despatches, promoted Deputy Commissary). 
Served in the operations against Sekukuni.and was present at the storming of the stronghold fMedal with 
Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881, and took part in the defence of Potcbefstroom. Served in the Egyptian 
war of i832, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), and in the 
idan campaign of 1885 (Clasp). 
65 Colonel E. S. Browne served in the Kafir war in 1878 including the operations against the Griquas ; also 
served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements at Zlobane Mountain'. Victoria Cross) and Ulundi 
mentioned in despatches), and in the operations against Sekukuui (Medal with Clasp) ; was awarded the Ui£ "for 



3Qf/ War Services of the Colonels. 

his gallant conduct on the 20th March 1879, when the Mounted Infantry were being- driven in by the enemy at 
Inhlobana, in galloping back and twice assisting on his horse (under heavy fire and within a few yards of" the 
enemy) one of the mounted men, who must otherwise have fallen into the enemy's hands." 

M Colonel G. H. Shepherd served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 with the 2nd Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment, including the operations in the Chin Hills (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp) ; also 
»ervcd with the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force in 1889-90 (Clasp). 

7> Sir Simon Lockhart served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Telel-Kebir, and at the 
capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

78 Colonel H. N Bunlrary served in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff (Medal with three Clasps). 

80 Sir H. G. Dixon served with the 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers m the Afghan war of 
1S78-80, first with the Peshawur Valley Field Force as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Blyth, including 
the Bazar Valley Expedition under Lieut. General Maude, and afterwards with the Khyber Line Force under 
Lieut. General Bright (mentioned in despatches. Medal). Served with the 2nd Battalion Bang's Own Scottish 
Borderers with the Suakin Field Force in December 1S88 during the investment of Suakin, and was present in 
the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star, and 4th Class of the 
Medjidie). Also served in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889. Served with the Chitral Relief Force 
under Sir Robert Low in 1893 with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, including the storming of 
the Malakand Pass, the passage of the Swat River, and the engagement at Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., and Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, and was present in the engagement at Dargai on the 18th October, at the forcing of the Sampagha 
and Arhanga Passes, and in the operations in the Dwatoi Country and in the Bara Valley (mentioned in 
despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1901 
in ( ommand of a Mobile Column, and in command of the Barbenon District (mentioned in despatches, KCB.). 

81 Colonel H. H. Ma.thias served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, Khedive's. Star). Served 
with the Chitrsl Relief Force in 1895. and took part in the storming if the Malakand Pass (mentioned in 
desraic'ues, CB., Medal wiih Clasp). Served with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in 1857-98, and was present at 
the action of ChagraKotal ; led the final assault in the action at Dargai— wounded ; took part m the capture of the 
Sampagha and Arhanga Passes; the operations in the Waran Valley, including the action of 16th Nov. 1897; 
and in the Bara Valley, 7th to 14th Dec. 1897 (twice mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide de Camp to the 
Queen, Brevet of Colonel, two Clasps). 

82 Colonel A. B Ommanney served with the Buffs in the operations in the .Malay Peninsula in 1875-76 (Medal 
with Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with 
the ist Battalion of the Bnffs, and was nresent in the engagement at Mamugai (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the campaign on the North West frontier of India under Sir William Lickharr, in 1897-98 in command of th<? ist 
Battalion the Huffs with the Malakand field Force, including the operations in Bajour and the Mohmand country, 
with the U'inau Khel Column of the Malakand field Force, and with the Buner Field Force, including the 
attack and captuie of the Tanga Pass (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Ciasp). 

Si Colonel F. H. Plowden served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-98 in command of the 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry with the Mohmand Field Force (mentioned 
in despatches), and with the Peshawur Column and the 5th Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force including the 
operations in the Bara Valley— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two 
Clasps) . 

85 Colonel J. S. Collins served in the Burmese Expedition in 1SS5-87 and 1887-89 (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the Malakand Field Force in 1897-98 in the expedition into the Mohmand Cou&'ry, and tooi part in 
the night attack of 20th Sept., and several other engagements, Servel also with the Tirah Expediti mary Force 
(three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

87 Colonel R. CB. Lawrence served in the Egyptian war of 18J2 (mentioned m despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

88 Colonel H. R. Mends served in the Boer war of 1881. 

89 Sir John Maxwell served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the ist Battalion of the Black Watch, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served m the Nile Expedition in 
1804-85 as Staff Captain (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 
1885-86 as Aide de Camp to Major General Grenfell, and was present in the engagement at Giniss {DSO.) ; in the 
operations near Suakin in December :383 including the engagement at Gemaizah as Aide de Camp to Major 
General Grenfell, Commanding the Suakin Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Clasp, and 4th Class of the 
Osmanieh) ; and m the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 including the engagement at Toski (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionar3 - Force under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1896 in command of the 3rd Infantry Brigade, including the engagement at Firket and the 
operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with two Clasps); and in the operations in 1897 (mentionedin desp itches, Clasp); and in 1898 in command of 
the 2nd Soudanese Brigade, including the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of i'arliament, Brevet of Colonel, two Clasps). 
Nominated to the 3rd <!lass of the Mediidie for services under the Egyptian Government. Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900, first on Special Service, and afterwards in command of an Infantry Bz-igade ; also served 
as Military Governor of Pretoria, and as Commandant of the Western Transvaal (twice mentioned iu despatches, 
KCB., CMG., Meoal with three Clasps). 

90 + Btigaoier General R. G. Broadwood served with the Doncrola Expeditiona-y Force under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1896, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in tie operations in 1897, iucluding 
the encagenient at, Abu Hamed and the occupation of Berber (4th Clasc< of the Osmanieh, two Clasps) ; and in the 
expedition in 1O98, including the Cavalry reconnaissance 'if 4th April and the battles of the Atbara (mentioned 
to despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). 
Served in the South African war and commanded 2nd Cavalry Brigade of General French's Division previous to 
advance from Modder River to relief of Kimberley, and remained in command of the Brigade until January 1901 
(appomted Ai^e de Camp to the King, CB). 

04' Colonel Brocklehurst served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the Royal Horse Guards, and was present in 
the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in charge of the Remount 
Depot (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). Served in the South African war iu 1889-1900 on the 
Staff; took part in the defence of Ladysmith ; the operations in Natal, March to June 1900 ; and in th-3 Transvaal 
east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

M Colonel F. F. Johnson served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served iu the South African war in 1J99-1900 as Assis- 
tant Directjr of Supplies, and took part in the advance ou Kimberley, including the action at Enslin ; the opera- 
tions in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at 
Driefontein, Karree Siding and Vet River; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including 
the action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, CB , Medal with three Clasps). 

100 Colonel W. A. Ceilings served with the Nile Expedition in 1884 as Deputy Assistant Commissary General for 
Transport, and throughout the campaign in the Eastern Soudan in 1885 with the ist Battalion of the Berkshire 
Regiment, and was present in the reconnaissance to Hasheeu on the 1st February, in the engagements at 
Hasheen and the Tolrek zereba and the subsequent ad'ance to and burning of Temai (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with three Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

102 Colonel C. D. Cooper served in the Sonth African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers, and on the Statl', and took part in the relief of Ladysmith ; afterwards served as Commanlan-, 
of the Heidelberg Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 



War Services of the Uolonels. 39/; 

!W Colonel J. L. C. St, Clair served with the 91st Highlanders as Adjutant in the Zulu war of 1879, an d was 
present at the action of Gingiudhlovu and relief of Ekowc (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 
1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Harmon (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war 
in 1899-1900 as Deputy Judge Advocate General (twice mentioned in despatches, CMQ.). 

107 Colonel L. G. B-ooke served in the Zulu war in 1379, and was present at the battle of Ulundi — slightly 
wounded (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command 
of the 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers, and took part in the relief of Eiadysmith, including the action at Colenso 
— dangerously wounded, the operations of 17th to 24th January, 1900, and the action at S;;ion Kop; 5th to 7th 
February, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tngela Heights, and the action at Pieter's Hill; took part in the 
operations in Orange Free State in May igoo, and in Transvaal in May and June ; in Natal, and in Transvaal, 
east oi Pretoria, including action at Riet Vlei ; and in Cape Colony south of Orange River, and north of Orange 
River. Commanded 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers from 1st December 1895 to 1st July i9oo,and was granted 
an extra extension until invalided on 15th September 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five 
Clasps). 

no Colonel T. C. Porter scved with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1S79-80, including the affair at AH 
Boghan under Lt.Colonel Fryer, the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis 
and to the Hissarik Valley, and at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl. and Jokan 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in commaud of a Cavalry 
Brigade (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

U3 Colonel Ridley served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment 
(Medal, and Khedive's Sr.ar). Served in theiliranzai Expedition in i3?t with the 2nd Battalion .\Ian;hester 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Serve I in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and in command of 
the South African Constabulary (mentioned in despatches CB.). 

ill ''oionel T. R. Stephenson served in the South African war in 1895-1902 in command of a Mobile Column, 
and as Commandant of the Barberton District (four times mentioned in despatches, CB , Medal with six Clasps). 

115 Colonel Hickman served with the Kile Expedition in 1834-85 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; in the 
operations near Suakin in December 1888. including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, 
Clasp, and 4th Class of the Osmanieh) : and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889. including the 
engagements at Arguin and Toski (menti-ned in t'espatches, DSO.. and Clasp). Served with the Dongola 
Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1890 as Assistant Adjutant General. Infantry Division, until 
invalided, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Kafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, British Medal, an I Khel.ve's Medal with two Clasps); in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's 
Medal); and in :89s in command of Infan'ry in the expedition to Shendy, including the battles of the Atbara 
(mentioned in despatche.-l an i Khartoum (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt Colonel, two Clasps to Khedive's 
Medal) ; and in the operat:ons in iS99resultinr in the final defeat of the Khal fa as Chief Start" Officer to the Flying 
Column (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Coloael). Served in the South African war in 1893-1902 on Special 
Service and as District Commandant and Assistant Inspector General, Colonial Defence Force. Took part in 
the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 25th Nov. 1933, including the action at Rhenoster Kop ; 
the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900, including the action at Zilikats Nek ; the 
operations in Orange River Colony in July 1900; and the operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and 
Cape Colony from Nov. 1900 to May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

110 Co'onel R. M. Greenfield served in Burmese Expedition in 1892-93, and took part in operations in Northern 
Chin Hills (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served inoperations on the North West Fron'.ier in 
1897-98 with the Peshawur Column, and with the 5th Brigade, Tirah Expeditionary Force(Medal with two Clasps). 

U7 Brigadier Gen -ralH.E. Belfield served in the Ashanti Expedition in 1895-90 as Chief Staff Officer (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Inspector Geueral of 
Imperial Yeomamy, and took part in the operations in the Orange free State, Feb. to May 1900; in the Trans- 
vaal west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov , including the action at Venterskroou ; ami in Orange River Colony, May 
to 29'.h Nov., including the actions at Liudley, 1st June, and Rhenjster River (twice mentioned in despatches, CB). 

iWfColond Marshall served with the expedition to the Tamhaka Country, on the West Coast of Africa, in 
1892, including the capture of Tambi (mentioned in despatches) ; an 1 with the expedition to the Gambia in 1892, 
including the capture of Toniataba (mentioned in despatches, Brevetof Major, Medal with Clasp). Served with, 
the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Star). Served in the operations in Sierra Lsono in 
1898-99, and commanded the Karene Expedition; also served with the Sierra Leone Protectorate Expedition as. 
second in command of the Force and of the F.ilaba Column (mentionel in despatches, Brevetof Colonel, Clasp). 

121 Colonel H. W.Jackson served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders! Medal, 
and Khedive's Star) ; also served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, anil 
was present in the engagements at El Teband Temaiftwo Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders and with the River Column under Major General Earle (Clasp) ; in the operations 
in the Soudan in :88o including the action of Toski (4th Class of the Medjidie, Clasp) ; and in the operations in 
1891 including the capture of Tokar (4th Class of the Osmanieh, Clasp to Khedive's Star). Served with the D mgola 
Expeditionary Force tinder Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1R96 in command of the 1 ith Soudanese Battalion, including 
the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, British Medal, 
and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations of 1S97 including the occupation of Berber and with 
the Flying Column to Atbara River (mentioned in despatches, Clasp to Khedive's MeJnl) ; with the Expedition 
in 1893 including the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 01 Lt.Colouel, two 
t'dasps to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1899 in command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade in the advance against the 
Khalifa (Brevet of Colonel). 

1-2 Colonel B T. Marion served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in i8o5 as. 
Staff Officer, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Ka5r (mentioned in despatches, DSO. 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's 
Medal, and 4th Class Osmanieh) and in 189S, including the battles of Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet, of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Took par' also in the relief of 
Gedaref (Clasp to Khedive's Medal]. Served in the Nile Expedition in 1999, in the operations resulting in the 
final defeat of the Khalifa, as Assistant Adjutant General to the Fly.ng Column, and in charge of the Intelligence 
Division ; was present at the actions of Abu Addel and Orn Dubreikat (mentioned in despatches, Brevetof Colonel, 
two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war iu 1399-1900 as Special Service Otlicer and on 
the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

isatColonel Henry served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1S96 with the 
Camel Corps, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, British. 
Me lal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; in 1S98 with 
the 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusdiers, including the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches) 
and the operations at Gedaref (mentioned iu despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 
the operations in 1899 resulting in the final defeat of the Khalifa in command of the Camel Corps of the Flying Column, 
and including the engagements at Abu Aadel and Om Dubreikat (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 
Served in the South African wa.- iu 1899-1901 on the Staff (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five 
Clasps). 

124 Colonel A. W. Hill served with the 57th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879. and was prcseut at the action 
ofGingindhlovu and the relief of Ekowe. and throughout the operations of "Clarke's Column" (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in oommand of tin 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, 
and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at 
Spion Kop; operations of 5th to 7th Feb., including the action at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela HeightB, 14th to 27th 
Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill ; iu the Transvaal in May and June ; iu Natal, March to June, in- 
cluding the action at Laiug's Nek; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Ju'y to 29th Nov. ; and in Orange Kiver 
Colony in June ; commanded troops at Volksrust from 17th July to 4th August, and at Newcastle from 10th August 
©nwards (mentioned in despatches, CB , Medal with five Clasos'. 



39 1 War Services of the Colonels. 

126 Colonel E. R Courtenay served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Staff Officer of the mounted troops of 
the Lower Tugela Column, and was present at the engagement of Inyezane, the action of Giugiudhlovu, 
and the relief of Ekowe(mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition 
in 1884-85 in command of the troop of 20th Hussars with the Light Camel Regiment, and took part in the 
operations of the Desert Column, including the attack on the Convoy on the 14th February and the engagement 
■at Abu Klea Wells on the ibth and 17th February (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also served 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Adjutant to the 20th Hussars and as Staff Officer to 
Mounted troops, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. Served in the operations 071 the North West 
Frontier of India in 1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). 

127 Sir James Willcocks served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Khyber and Cabul Field Forces in the 
Transport Train (Medal). Served as Transport Officer in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition of 1881 uuder 
Brigadier General Kennedy (mentioned in despatches). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with 
Clasp, andKhedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Transport Officer and in charge 
of Field Commissariat and also as Acting Road Commandant (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with 
two Clasps). Served with the Chin-Lushai Expedition in 1889-90 as Intelligence Officer to the Chinbok Column 
(Clasp); also served with the Mampore Expedition in 1891 (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the cam- 
paign on the North West Frontier of" India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 as Assistant Adjutant General Toch 
Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the operations on the 
Nicer in 1897-98, and commanded the Forces in Borgu (mentioned in despatches, received the special thinks of 
He'r Majesty's Government, promoted Lt.Colonel on half pay, CM&. and Medal with Clasp). Commanded the 
Ashanti Field Force in 1900 which totally defeated the Ashintis at Obassa and accomplished the relief of Kumasi 
(mentioned in the King's Speech at the opening of Parliament, received the Freed >m of the City of London with 
a Sword of Honour, Brevet of Colonel, KCM&.), Served in the South African war in 1902 on Special Service. 

128 Colonel Ternan served with the 63rd Regiment in Southern Afghanistan in 1S80 (Medal). Served with the 
1st Battalion of the Manchester Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; with the 
Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Egyptian Army (Clasp) ; with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-89 
including the engagement at Giniss; with the Nile Frontier Force in i388 as Assistant Adjutant General of the 
force ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 including the engagement at Toski as Brigade 
Major of Infantry (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Clasp). Proceeded to Uganda on special service in 1894 
and served with the Unyoro Expedition in 1895, including the engagement at Mruli (Medal). Commanded the 
expedition against King Kabrega in 1896 aud at. the occupation of (Jnyoro, including the engagement at Favira. 
Commanded the expedition against the Kamassia Tribe in 1897, and also the expedition against King Mwanga 
in 1897, including the engagements at Kabawoko (wounded) and Marongo (mentioned in despatches, Brevets 
of Lt.Colonel and Colonel). Served in the South African war in igoo on Special Service. Served in British 
East Africa in 1901 in command of the operations against the Ogaden Somalis in Jubuland (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the South African war m 1901-02 as Special Si-rvice Officer, and in command of tbe Western Districts. 

129 Colonel Edward Grove served in the Boer war of i83i with the Natal Field Force. Served with the ist 
Battalion West Kent Regiment throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, and was preseut at the action of Kassasin 
(9th September), and *t the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Brevet of Major, Medal witi Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; also 
served with th-i Nile Expedition in 1SS4-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Clasp). 
Served in the South African wir in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion West Kent Regiment, and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April and May 1900 ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 
including the action at Wittehergen ; and in Cape Colon3', south of Orange Rive'", in 1900 (mentioned in despatches 
CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

130 Colonel Crutchley served with the ist Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present 
at the battle of Tel-ei-Kebir (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in the Nile Expedition of 1884-85 as Actiug Adjutant to the Guards Camel Regiment, aud was present at 
the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat— severely wounded (two Clasps). 

131 Colonel T. Currie served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in 
command of the 1st Battalion of the North Staffordshire Regiment (mentioned in despatches, CB. 3rd Class, of the 
Meijidie, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

132 Colonel G. F. Browne served in the expedition against the Yonnies, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1887-88 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). Served in the expedition to the Tambaka Country, on the 
West Coast of Africa, in 1892. including the capture of Tambi— wounded (Clasp). Served with the China Expedi- 
tionary Force in 1900-01 as Military Attache 1 (Medal). 

133 Brigadier General Monro served with the 72nd Highlanders throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 
Koorum7Cabul, and Cabul-Cand»har Field Forces, part of time as Regimental Transport Officer, from April i33o 
as Adjutant ; was present at attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal (wounded), in the engagement at Charasiah, 
and the operations around Cabul in December 1879 ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, 
and was present at the battle of Candahar — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, 
and Bronze Decoration). Served with the ist Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and 
was present in the engagement at Chalouf and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, andKhedive's Star). 
Accompanied Sir Charles Warren to South Africa in 1884, and served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in com- 
mand of Volunteers (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major) . Served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 with 
the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Ohural Relief Force under Sir 
Robert Low in 1895 first as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General of the Lines of Communica- 
tions and afterwards as Road Commandant (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the 
Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General to Brigadier General Hart, Commanding ist 
Brigade (two Clasps). Served in the South African war 1899-1902 as Field Intelligence Officer, Natal Head 
Quarters, and as Acting Brigade Major, Mounted Brigade. Also took part in the operations in Natal, the relief 
■of Ladysrnith including the action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th January 1900, operations on 
Tugela Heights; operations in Natal, March to June 1900; operations in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
November 1900 ; was present at the act ons of Belfast, 26th to 27th August, and Lydenburg, 5th to 8th September 
1900. Appointed to command Battalion of Irregular Mounted Infantry in November 1900, and was present at 
the relief of Vryheid. Commanded a Mounted Column from December 1900, to March 1902, and took part in 
the operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, Medal with six Clasps). 

134 Colonel N. P. O'Gorman served in the Hazara campaign in i388 as Dept. Assist. Adj. Gen. in the ist Brig, 
under Brigadier Gen. Channer from 3rd October to 9th November (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp.!. 

135 Colonel A. L. Woodland served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the ist Battalion Durham 
Iiiwht Infantry with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso ■ the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900; of 5th to 7th Feb., including the: action at Vaxl Krantz ; 
the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill ; and in Natal, March to June (twice 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). . 

M6 Colonel G. C. Kitson served with the Manipore Expedition in 1891 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 
{mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

137 Colonel de Burgh served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present as 
Adjutant in the engagement of El Magfar and Mabsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, andKhedive's Star). 

138 Colonel E. A. H. Alderson served under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war of 188 1 in the Mounted Infanty. 
Served with the Mounted Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at Tel-el- 
Mahuta and Mabsama, in the two actions at Kassassin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo 
/Medal with Clasp/and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Mounted Infantry, 
and was present at the action at Abu Klea and at the reconnaissance to Metemmeh (two Clasps). Served in the 
onerationsin South Africa under Sir Frederick Carriugton in 1S9S in command of the troops in North Mashonaland 
<(meDticned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African warm 1899-1901 m com- 



War Services of the Colonels. 39/ 

mand of a corps of Mounted In r aTitry, and afterwards in command of the 1st Mounted Infantry Corps. Took part 
in the relief of Kimberley; the op -'rations in the Orange Free Scale, Feb. to May 1903, including the actions at 
Paardeberg, Poplar Groye, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, 
inclu ling the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaa 1 , east of Pretoria, July 
to 20 Nov. 00, including the action at Riet Vlei (three times mentioned in despatches, A.D.C. CB. Brevet ol Colonel). 
— [s-'ee also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162 ] 

xs9 Brigadier General G. M. Bullock served in the South African war in 1899-1931, and took part in the relief of 
Ladysmitb, including the action ac Colenso: afterwards served in commml of a Mobile Column and as Com- 
mandant at Honing Spruit (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

140 Colonel C. G. 0. Money served with the Nile Expedition in 1898, and was present at the battle of Khartoum, 
(mentioned in despatches, UB., British Medal, Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war 
in 1899-1901, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont and Easlin (mentioned 
in despatches. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

141 Colonel Hughes-Hallett served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 1878 
till July 1879 with the Koorum Field Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal 
and at the passage of the Chappri defile (mentioned in despatches, Medal wi6h Clasp). Served with the 1st Bat- 
talion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Chalouf 
(mentioned in despatches) and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 189, iu command of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth High- 
lander, and was present in the engagement at Mamugai (mentioned in despatches, D-SO., and Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in temporary command of an Infantry Brigade, and took part in the 
advance on Kimberley, including the action at Magersfontein ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to 
May 190D, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions ot Poplar Grove an 1 Driefentein; and in 
Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. — wounded, including the action at Wittebergen (mentioned in des- 
patches, CB., Brevet of Coionel, Medal with five Claps). 

M8 Colonel Spens served in the Afghan war in 1879-30 with the Koorum Division, including the Zaimusht Expedi- 
tion and the assault of Zawa (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902111 command of the 2ndBatta- 
tion Shropshiie Light Infantry, and took part iu the ODerations in the Orange Free State, Fab. to May 1900, 
including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and 
Zand River; in the Transvaal, May and June, including the actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th. Nov., including 
the action at Elands River ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov., including the action at Rhenoster River ; 
and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1S99-1900 (four times mentioned in despatches, appointed Aids 
de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with four Claips). 

l< :1 Brigadier General Hamilton served in the Afghan war in 1879-80113 Aide de Camp to Lieut.General Primrose, 
took part in the defence of Candahar, and was present in the sortie of Deh Khojab and at the battle of Candahar 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served in the Burmese Exoedition in i3S-;-37 with the 2ud Bat- 
ta'ion Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, and from April to August 1887 as Brigade Major to the 3rd Brigade 
(Ma lal with two Clasps) ; and with the Hazara Expedition in 1891 as Superintendent of Signalling (mentioned 
in despatches, Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North vVest Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-9888 Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd Brigade Malakaud Field Force, and was present with the 
expedition into the Mamund country and Bajaur, and at the night attack ou 16th September ; also with the Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as second in command of the 1st Battaliou The Queen's, including the reconnaissance of the 
8aran Sar and the operations against the Khani Khel Chamkanis and in the liazar Valley (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in command of the 
znd Battalion The Queen's from 14th November 1899 to 18th April 1903, and Was present at therelief of Ladysmitb, 
including the action at Colenso (15th December 1899), the operations of 17th to 24th January igo3,and the action at 
Spion Kop ; operations on Tugela Heights (14th to 27th February 1900), action at Pinter's Hill ; operations iu Natal 
(March to June 1900), including action at L ling's Nek ',6th to 9th juue 1900) (fourtimas mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

1,1 Colonel Codrington served in the Egyptian war of i832 as Aide de Camp to Lieut.General Willis 
Commanding ist Division, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar, Tol-ol-M ihuta, and Kassasin 
(tth September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned iu despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 
Medjidio, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 iu commaud of the tst Battilion 
Coldstream Guards, and took part in the advance on Ktmberley, including the actions at Belmont, Ensliu, Mod- 
der River, and Magersfontein — wounded ; tha operations iu the Orange Free State, Feb. Co M irch 1903, inclu ling 
the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein— severely wounded 23rd March ; afterwards comminded a Column 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with throe Clasps). 

MB Colonel Blomfleld served in the campaign iu the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1893 with the 2nd 
Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, DSO. 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Was also present during theoccupation of Crete in 1S98. Served 
in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers with the Ladysmitb 
Relief Force, and took part in the operations of 17th to 24th January igooincludingtheengagemeiitat Spion Kop— 
severely wounded (Brevet of Colonel). Iu command of the 2n I Battaliou during the operations in the South 
Eastern Transvaal, July to Nov. igoo; aopointed to command Dundee Sub-District, Nov. 1903 (twice mentioned 
in dewatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

n<s Colonel W. S. Sparkes eerved with the Dongola Expeditionary Forca under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in 
command of the 4th Soudanese Battalion including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Ha fir (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1897 
(Clasp to Khedive's Medal); and in 1898, including the battles of Atbara ami Khartoum (twice mentioned iu 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 4th Class Osmanieh, British Medal, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal;. Also 
served in the Nile Expedition in 1899 (Ola-p to Khedive's Medal). 

£47 t Colonel J. 8. Ewart served with the Cameron Highlanders throughout the Egyptian war of i832, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); als > served throughout the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron Highlanders (Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Adjutant of tho Cameron Highlanders; was Stall' O.licer at Kosheh during its 
investment, and was present in the engagement at Giuiss (mentioned in despatches, 5th class of the Medjidie). 
Nerved in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener iu 1898 with the ist Battalion Cameron 
Highlanders, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1202. Was Commaud tut of 
the Base at East London, and Commanding the Lines of Communication to Stormberg from 4th Oct. to 4th Nov. 
1899. As Brigade Major of the Highland Brigade took part in the advance on Kimberley, and was present at 
tho battle of Magersfontein and the action at Koodoosberg. As Assistant Adjutant General of the 9th Division, 
was present at the operations at Paardeberg and tno actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein, the occupation of 
Bloemfontein, and the engagements at Watervnl Drift, Vet River, Blaauwberg, and Roodepoort. As Assistant 
Adjutant General to Sir A. Hunter's Force, took part in the operations in tho Wittehergen, the capture of Relief's 
Nek, and the engagements at Slaapkranz and Witpoort. Served as Assistant Quarter Master General at Head- 
quarters from 17th Aug. 1900 until 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned iu despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal 
with five Clasps, King's Modal with two Clasps). 

"» Colonel 0. T. E. Metcalfe served with the Burmese Expedition in 1883-87 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
campaign on tho North West Frontierof India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the 3rd Battalion Rillo 
Brigade (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2ndBattalion Rifia 
Brigade, and took part iu the operations in Natal in 1899, including the action at Lombard's Kop; the defence of 
Ladysmitb., including the sortie of 10th Dec. 1899 and the action of 6th Jan. 1900; tho operations in Natal, March 
to June 1900, including the action at Laing's Nek ; and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., in- 
cluding the action at Belfast (twico montioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 
MS Brigadier General Hamilton served in the Afghan war of 1378-80 as Aide de Camp to Sir Samuel Browne 

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39^ War Services of Hie Colonels. 

commanding the ist Division Pesbawur Fie!d Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the Boer war 
in 1881 with the 14th Hussars. Served in the South African war in 1809-1902 in commaud of the 14th Hussars, 
afterwards on the Staff (including command of a Mobile Column). He' was present at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1500, and action at Vaal Krantz ; took part in the operations 
on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. i;oo. and engagement at Pif-ter's Hill; the operations in the Orange Free 
State from Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Houtnek (Thoba Mountain), and Zand River ; and the opera- 
tions in the Transvaal in May and June 1000, including engagements near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill, nth to 12th June. Also took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Jury to 29th Nov. 
1900, including the action at Belfast, 26th and 27th Aug. (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel). 

149 (-Colonel W. P. Campbell served in the Nile Expedition in 1S34-85 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present 
at the engagements at Abu Klea and El Gubat, and subsequent operations at Metammeh (Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in the operations in Natal in 
1899, includingthe action at Talana— wounded ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 10th Dec. 1899, 
and the action of 6th Jan. 1900; operations in Natal March to June 1900, and action at Laing's Nek; operations 
in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and actions at Belfast and ijydenberg. Afterwards 
commanded a column (twice mentioned iu despatches, Aide de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with 
five Clasps). 

150 Colonel C. W. Park served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Adjutant of the 2nd Battalion nth Regiment, in 
Southern Afghanistan (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, in command of the 1st Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte, 
Rietfontein, and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of the 7th Dec. 1899 and the 
action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; afterwards commanded a Column (twice mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide Camp, 
to the King, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

■I50f Colonel Payne served in the operations against Sekukuniin the Transvaal in 1878, including the storming 
of Tolyana's Stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements of Zungin Nek, 
Kamhula Hill, and Ulundi(Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 with the 2nd 
Battalion Somersetshire Light Infantry (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp). Served in tho 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 with the Mohmand Field Forco 
with the 1st Battalion Somersetshire Light Infantry (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1902, and took part in the operations in Natal March to June 190s ; the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 
1900, including the actions at Belfast and Lydenburg. Commanded the 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 
from 22nd April 1900 to 22nd April igoi, and from 9th March 1902 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in the operations in 
ihe Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901 and Dec. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony March to 31st May 1902 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps). 

wi Colonel C. E. Bradley served in the operations in Zululand in 1888. Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1902 in command of the troops in Johannesburg, and in command of portion of the Lines of Communication. Took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Karree Siding, Vet River 
and Zand River; the operations in the Transvaal in May 190D, iucluding the action near Johannesburg; and the 
operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, Sept. and Oct. 1900. Commanded the: 2nd Battalion North Stafford- 
i-hire Regiment until 23rd Jan. 1901. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal from 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 
1002 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Cilo.nel, Medal with three Clasps). 

152 Colonel Charles Burroughs served in the operations in Ashantt ia 19:13, and was present at the relief of 
Kumasi— slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

li2 f Colonel Hon. C. Lambton served in the campaign in tho Soudan under Sir Herbart Kitchener in 1898 with the 
ist Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, and %vas present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, 
DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the Sou'.h African war in 1899-1901 in 
command of the 2nd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers from 9th April 1900. Took part ia the advance on 
Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Ensiin, Modder River, and Magersfontein ; operations in the Orange 
Free State, Feb. to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900; and in Cape Colony, 
south and north of Orange River, 1399-1900. Served also as Commandant at Dewetsdorp (mentioned ia despatches, 
Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

153 Colonel W. H. M. Lowe served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in 
the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin on the 2Sth August, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedi- 
tion in 1836-S9 on special service (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 (twice 
mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

1 51 Colonel R. J. F. Banfleld served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the operations in 
the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg — severely wounded iSth Feb. 
(mentioned in despatches. CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

155 Colonel R. H. W. H. Harris served with the 70th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Thul) 
Chotiali Field Force under Major General Biddulph (Medal). Also served in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 
in 1881 as Superintendent of Army Signalling to Brigadier General Gordon's Column (mentioned in despatches). 
Served in the South African war of 1859-1900 in command of the 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, and took 
part in the relief of Ladvsmith, including the action at Colenso ; operations of the 17th to 24th Jan, igoo, includ- 
ing the action at, Spicn Kop ; the 5th to 7th Feb., including the action at Vaal Krantz ; and on Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb.— very severely wounded (mentioned in desDatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

156 Colonel E. C. Bethune served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and wa3 present in the operations around Cabul, 
December 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 92nd Highlanders iu the Boer war of 188 r. Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1902 as Assistant Adjutant' General, Lines of Communication, Natal, nth to 19th Oct. 
1899. Raised and Commanded Bethune's Mounted Infantry from 19th Ojt. 1899 to 20 di Nov. 1903; commanded 
the troops at Bloemfontoin from 21st Nov. to 24th De3. 1900 ; commanded a mixed Brigade from 25th Dec. 1900 to 
10th March igoi; commanded the Cape Colony Cavalry Brigade from nth March 1901 to 19th Nov. 1901; com- 
manded a Mobile Column from 2nd March 1902 to enl of war (three times msntionelin despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, Medal with six Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps)- 

157 Colonel J. B. Forster served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-83 (Medal with Cla=p, Khedive's Star). Served 
in operations on North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 with Kurram Kohat Force (Medil with two Clasps). 

158 Colonel Townley served as Adjutant of istBatt. 12th Foot in the Afghan war of 1878-30, and was present in the 
engagement at Ali Boghan, occupation of the Lughman Valley, and expedition against the Khugianis (Medal). 

153 Colonel Hunt served with the Cameron Highlanders throughout the Egyptian war of 1S82, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star); also served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron 
Highlanders (Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 18S5-86 with the 
Cameron Highlanders, and was present at Kosheh during its investment and in the engagement at Giniss. 

ISO Colonel Vesey Daws in served in Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Gaard's Camel Regiment, and was 
present at the actions at Atu Klea and El Gubat, and at the reconnaissance of Metammeh (Medal with two 
Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

101 Colonel Douglas Dawson served in the Egyptian warof 1882, first with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards 
and afterwards with the Mounted Infantry, and was present in the engagements at Tel-el-Mahuta and Kassasin 
(9th September), and at the battle of Te!-el-Kebirand capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with theGuards Camel Regiment, was StaffOfficer 
to Colonel Boscawen while in command ofthe column, and was present at the actionB at Abu Klea and El Gubat, 
ia the reconnaissance to Metammeh, and at the attack on the wounded convoy (two Clasps). 

l° 2 Colonel C. L. Woollcombe served with the 1st Battalion King's Own Borderers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first 
with the Peshawar Valley Field Force under Lieat.General Maude, and afterwards with the Khyber Line Force 
under Lieat.General Bright (Medal). Served as Adjutant 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers in the 
Chin-Lushai Expedition in 1889-90 wich the Barmah Column under Brigadier General Symons (Medal with Clasp ). 
Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir H. Low ia 1895 as Briga de Major to 2nd Brigade (Medal with Clasp). 



War Services of the Colonels. 39Z 

Served in the operations on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 as Assistant Adjutant General, and took 
part in the operations of the ilohmand Field Force ; served also with the Tirah Expeditionary Force (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps). 

163 Colonel Gordon served in the Afgaan war in i3So with the 15th Hussars (Medal). Served in the Boer 
war of i SSi as Adjutant 15th Hussars. Served with the Beehuanaland Expedition in 1334-S5 under Sir Charles 
Warren as Adjutant of Methuen's Horse. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1S37 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Served with the expedition against the Jebus, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1S92 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1893 (men- 
tioned in despatches. Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade 
and afterwards of the TSt Cavalry Brigade (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with seven Claspj). 

1M Colonel Capper serve! in the Afghan war in 1S79-30 witti the 85th Light Infantry in the Koorum Division 
including the Zaimusht Expedition and the assault of Zawa, at the evacuation of Ali Kh?l and in the expedition 
against the Chamkanis ; was Aide de Camp to Major General Watson (Medal). Served in the Boer war in iS8t. 
Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in the Transnort Sen-ice (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Desert Column with the Transport, and was present at the seizure of the Gakdul 
Wei's, in the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat, in the reconnaissance to Metammeh, and at the attack on the 
Convoy (Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

i 00 Colonel S. H. Harrison served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 2nd Battalion of the Liverpool 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion 
Liverpool Regiment and on the Staff (Medal with three Clasps). 

167 Colonel Collette served with the 85th Light Infantry as Adjutant in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including 
the Zaimusht Expedition and the assault of Zawa (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the occupation 
of Saakin by British troops in 1885-86. 

1GU Colonel Lomax served as Adjutant of the 90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1S78, including the opera- 
tions in the Waterkloof and Perie Btisb, and the engagement at Taba Indoia. Also serve 1 throughout the Zulu 
war of 1879, aud was present in the engagements at Zungin Nek, Kambula, and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

i"l Colonel AV. R. Kenyon-Slaney served in the South African war in 1902 as Special Service Officer (men- 
tioned in despatches'. 

i'2 Colonel W. J. Kirkpatrick served in the Egyptian Expedition in 1882, and was present at the actions of El 
Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin, and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 1st Battalion 
York and Lancaster Regiment, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith; afterwards commanded the Volksrust 
Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

l72fColonel Law served in the Afghan war 1878-79 with the Khyber Division (Medal). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, and took part in the relief of Lady- 
smith; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., in- 
cluding the action at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela Heights. 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill 
in the Transvaal, in June; in Natal, Merch to June, including the action at Laing's Nek ; and ic Orange River 
Colony in June. Served afterwards as Commandant at Brandfort and in command of Centre Section Lines of 
Communication, Orange River Colony (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

174 Colonel Pemberton served with the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and ivas present 
at the attack and capture of Ali Musj id and in the expeditions into the Bazar and Lughman Valleys (Medal with 
Cla*p). Served in the South African war in 1002 on the Staff. 

17.j Colonel G. W. H. Pain served in the operations in the Soudan in 18SS, including the engagement at Gemaizata 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; with the Nile Frontier Field Force in 1SS9 (3rd Class of the Modjidie) ; and 
at the capture of Tokarin February 1E91 in command of a Battalion of Egyptian Infautry (3rd Class of the- 
Osmanieh, Clasp to Star). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1S96 in 
command of the 9th Soudanese Battalion, including the engagement at Firkct and the operations at Hafir (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-190?, and took part in the operations around Colesberg under Major General Clements, 
including action near Sluigersfontein on 12th February 1900, and the crossing of the Orange River on the 15th 
March ; also the operations around Senekal including the engagement at Riet Spruit on the 23rd June ; took part 
in the engagements around Liudley, Orange River Colony, and the action of Bethlehem on July 5 th and 7th, which 
culminated in the surrender of General Priusloo's force in the Brandwater Basin on 30th July; also operations, 
under Major General Clements in the Mahaliesberg mountains, Western Transvaal, during September ant 
October, including the action at Boschfontein on 10th September, and the further operations under Brigadiei 
General Cunningham, including the action at Middlefontein on 23rd, 24th and 25th January 190:, and subsequent 
operations in the Gatsrand (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

176 Colonel M. Q. Jones served in the Beehuanaland Expedition in 1884-85. Served in the Nile Expe lition in 
1893, and was present at the battle of Atbara (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Warwickshire Regi 
ment, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900 ; served also as Commandant at 
Komati Poort (Medal with three Clasps). 

177 Colonel Robb served in the campaign in the Soudau under Sir Herbert Kitchener in iS?3 as Deputy As- 
sistant Adjutant General British Division, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, aud Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

178 Colonel Godfray served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 2nd Battalion 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, including the capture of the Malakand Pass, the crossing of the Swat River, and 
engagement at Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, Brevet oi Lt.Co'.oncl, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-9S with the Tirah Expedi- 
tionary Force with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, and was present in the engagement at Dargai 
on the 18th October, at the forcing of the Sampagha and Arhanga Pas-es, and in the operations in the Dwato- 
Country and in the Bara Valley (two Clasps). Serve 1 in the South African war in 1899-1900, on the Staff. 

170 Coionel H. C. Harford served throughout Zulu war of 1379, first as Staff Officer of 3rd Regiment of Nalu 
Native Contingent (t wo battns.), and subsequently as Second Staif Officer of " Clarke's Column " (Medal w'.th Clasp). 

MO Brigadier General Burn-Murdoch served iri the Nile Expedition in 1S84-S5 with the Royal Dragoons' Detach- 
ment of the Camel Corps ; took part in the action of Abu Klea, and commanded the Detachment in the engage- 
ment of El Gubat (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Dongola Expedition under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896; in command of three squadrons of Egyptian cavalry defeated a Dervish force near 
Akasheh, 1st May; commanded the Desert Column, composed of all arms, in the battle at Firket, 7th June (pro- 
moted Miraili on the field); commanded the mounted troops in the pursuit which followed and at the capture of 
Suarda, 8th June, in the engagement at Hafir, and at the capture of Dongola (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 
in command of a Cavalry Brigade, and took part in the relief of Lad vsmitb, including the action at Colenso ; the 
operations of the 17th to 54th Jan. 1900, including action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including the action 
at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including action at Pieter's Hill ; in Natal, March to June ; 
and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

l*U Colonel J. H. G. Byng served with the Soudan Expedition in 1884, and was present at the battles of El Teb, 
and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, 
and afterwards commanded the South African Light Horse. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith (twice men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel and Colonel, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

182 Colonel W. E. G. Forbes served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the engagements at Ahmed 
Kheyl as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Palliser (mentioned in despatches) and Padkao Shana (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 in 
command of the 1st Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, and was present at the battles of the Atbara and Khar- 
toum (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

iw Colonel Bayley served with the expedition up the Gambia in 1891-92 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the expe- 



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dition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1S95 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Star). Served in Weit Africa in 1898, in 
the Lagos Hinterland (Clasp). Served in the operations in Sierra Leone in 1898-99 (Clasp). 

185 Colonel F. S. L. Penn served in the Transvaal campaign in 1881 with the Natal F.eld Force. Served in the 
operations on the Nile in 1889 with the British Colonial Frontier Field Force. 

180 Colonel Galhvey served in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878, including the storming ot 
Tolyana Stadt ; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion, and was present at the engage- 
ments of Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
3Q02 with the Somerset Light Infantry, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899 j the relief of Ladysmith; 
the operations of the 17th to 14th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including the 
action at vaal Krantz; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter'a Hill; in the 
Orange Free State, Feb. to May ; in Natal, March to June ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., 
including the actions at Zilikat's Nek, Eland's River, Venterskroon, and Frederickstad ; in Orange River Colony, 
May to 29th Nov., including the actions at Biddulphsberg, Lindley (1st June), Rhenoster River, Lindley (26th 
June), Bethlehem, Wittebergen, Witpoort, Ladybrand, Bothaville, and Caledon River; served afterwards aa 
Commandant of the Vrjburg District (twice mentioned in despatches, CB). 

187 Colonel T. Stock served in the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the 2nd Battalion Essex Begt- 
ment (mentioned in despatch' s Medal with five Clasps). 

188 Colonel Grogan served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874, and was present at the 
battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becquah, battle of Ordahsu (slightly wounded) and capture of Coo- 
massie (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South Airican war in 1902 (mentioned in desp itches). 

183 Colonel Mellor served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the 8th Foct, and was 
present in the operations in the Koorum Valley and at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal (Medal with Clasp). Served 
in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Natal in 1899, including actions at Rietfontein 
and Lombard's Kop, and in the defence of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, DSO. Medal with Clasp). 

190 Colonel Owen served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
Mohmunds at Dakka and the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). Served with the South African 
Field Force in 1901-02 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

1M t Colonel Mitford served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1886-88, andwas present in the engagement 
at Sarras (mentioned in despatches, Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star); also served in the 
operations on the Soudan Frontier in 18S8 including the engagement atGemaizah (Clasp), and again in 1889 in- 
cluding the engagements at Arguin and Toski (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Clasp) 
Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Brigade Major 2nd Brigade 
including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps), and in the operations in 1898, including the battle of 
Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Clasp to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1902 a3 Brigade Major Mounte I Infantry Division, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; 
operations in the Orange Free State (Feb. to May 1900), including the actions at Paardeberg and Poplar 
Grove ; in the Transvaal, Hay to June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill; in the Transvaal, east and west of Pretoria (July to 29th Nov. 1900), including the actions at Rhenoster 
Kop and Zilikat's Nek: in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, also in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to 
31st May 1902, and operatirns on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
DSO. Medal with 4 clasps, King's medal with 2 clasps). 

191 Colonel G. A. Mills served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Dublin 
Fusiliers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith ; the operations in the Transvaal in June 1900; in Natal, March 
to June, including the action at Laing's Nek— severely wounded; and in Orange River Colony in June (four 
times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

192 Sir Henry Rawlinson served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick 
Roberts (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in 1 lie campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1889, and was present in the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April and at the battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1902 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, and afterwards as Assistant Adjutant 
General. Took part in the defence of Ladysmith, and afterwards co nmanded a Column (three times mentioned 
in despatches, C3. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

193 Brigadier General Rimington served with the Bechuanaiand Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1834-85 
with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the operations in Zululand in i838 as Adjutant Inuiskillmg 
Dragoons. Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Special Service Officer and in command of Rimington's 
Guides. He took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the action at Bnslin j afterwards in command of a 
column (six times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel and CB.). 

191 Colonel H. I. W. Hamilton served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 as Adjutant of the 2nd Battalion 
Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment under Brigadier General Lockhart (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
campaign under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1897-98, and was present at the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum 
(twice mentioned in despatches, DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with three Clasps), and in 1899 as 
Deputy Adjutant General in the final advance against the Khalifa (4th Class of the Osmanieh). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900, 1902, on the Staff, and took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, in- 
cluding operations at Paardeberg; in Transvaal, May to June, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; 
in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov.; in Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov.; in Orange 
River Colony, May to 29th Nov. ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches, promoted Lt.Colonel half pay, appointed Aide de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel). 

190 Colonel F. W. N. Wogan-Browne served in the South African war in 1902 (mentioned in despatches). 

200 Colonel Barterwith served the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Star). Servedinthe 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the 4th Brigade Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as second in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, and was 
present in the engagement at Shin Kamar in command of the Battalion (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own York- 
shire Light Infantry, and was present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River — wounded twice 
mentioned in despatches), and Magersfontein ; commanded the Infantry 20th Brigade during the engagements 
near Lindley, Bethlehem, and Wittebergen, and at the capture of Bethlehem (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

205 Colonel Macbean served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the 
engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, with the Maidan Expedition, in the operations around Cabul in 
December 1879, and in the engagement at Charasiah on 25th April 1880; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in 
the march to Candahar, and was present at the reconnaissance of 31st August and at the battle of Candahar 
(Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Boer war of 1881. Served in the campaign on 
the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with 
the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, and was present in the engagement at Dargai on the 18th October and at 
the assault of the Dargai Heights on the 20th October — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war with the Gordon Highlanders in 1899- 
1901, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the action at Magersfontein ; the operations in the 
Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, and at Paardeberg, including the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, 
Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River; operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and actions near 
Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at Belfast 
and Lydenburg ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south and 
north of Orange River, 1899-1900. Commanded the 1st Battalion from 12th Dec. 1899 (twice mentioned in de- 
spatches, CB. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with five Clasps). 

206 Colonel Hon. A. H. Henniker-Major served as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was 
present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein. Also took part in the 
operations in the Orange Free State (February to May 1900), the Transvaal (May to June 1900, July to October 



War Services of the Colonels. 39;* 

1900, and November 1900), and Cape Colony in 1900, being present at the engagements of Poplar Grove, 
Driefontein, Vet River, Zand River, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Diamond Hill, Belfast and Komati Poort; acted as 
Commandant at Potchefstroom (6,h November to 4th December 1000), commanded a Mobile Column (December 
1900 to June 1901), commanded troops at Graaff Reinet and Aberdeen District (June to December 1901), and acted 
as Commandant at GraaffReinet District and commanded trooDS since December 1901 (four times mentioned in 
despatches. CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

*10 Colonel Carr served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-53 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, and was present in the 
engagement at the Ublan Pass on the 27th August (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1001 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith; 
the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900. including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including 
the action at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill — severely 
wounded ; in the Transvaal, May and June ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including the 
action at Fredenckstad ; and in Cape Colony, north of Orange River, including the action at Ruidam. Served 
also as Station Commandant (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

213 Colonel Donald served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 in the Transport Department (Medal). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, and took part in the relief of 
Ladysmith. including the action at Colen90; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th t) 27th Feb., including the 
action at Pieter's Hill ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900 ; in Natal, March to June ; in the Transvaal east o' 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov; and in Cape Colony, nor.ii of Orange River (twice mentioned in despatches, CB 
Medal with five Clasps). 

215 Colonel Crole-Wyndham served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently in 
Baker Russell's Flying Column (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with tho 
Light Cornel Regiment, and took part m the operations of the Desert Column (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, and was 
presc nt at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, CB. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 
*H Sir Heny Johnson served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (Medal with Clasp) . 
Served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Afghan war of 1S78-80, and was present at the attack and capture of 
Ali Musjid and in the operations in the Bazar, Lughman, and Hissarik Valleys (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the I'.urme=e Expeditions from 1886 till the close of 1887 as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion of tho Yorkshire Light 
Infantry (two Clasps). 

2B Colonel A. Davidson served with the 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Afghan war from October 1878 to 
Movember i8 J o, took part in the advance on and occupation of Candahar and Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and was present 
in the engageuents at Ahmed Khe\ 1 and Urzoo near Ghuznee (mentioned in despatches); served as Aide do 
Camp to Sir Donald Stewart at Cabu', and accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar as Aide 
de Camp to Major General Ross, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with tw > Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in theMarri Expedition under "Brigadier General 
MacGregor. Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force on signalling duty. Served in the 
Egyptian war of 18S2 and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Khedive's Star), Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1384-85 on special 
service and as Anting Inspector of Army Signalling (mentioned in despatches). 

225 Colonel L. E. B. Booth served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the force under Major General Roberts 
in the Koorum Valley, superintended the Transport during the advance on Cabul, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Charasiah on the 6th October 1R79 (mentioned in despatches) and in the operations around Cabul iri 
December 1879; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar as Staff Transport Officer, and was" 
present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 
Served with the Indian Contingent in the Egyptian war of 1882, and Wis present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

221 Colonel Herbert served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps, and 
was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive'3 Star). 
Served in the South African war in 1002 (mentioned in despatches). 

229 Colonel Donne served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; also served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on the Line of Communica- 
tions with the Egyptian Army and as Commandant at Absarat (Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie). Served in 
the operations near Suakin in December 1888 and commanded the 10th Soudanese Battalion in the engagement 
at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp); also commanded the Battalion in the opera- 
tions on the Nile Frontier in 1889 and was present in the engagements at Arghin and Toshki (mentioned in 
despatches, Clasp, and ird Class of the Medjidie). Has also been nominated to the 3rd Class of the Osmanieh for 
services in Egypt. Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battaliou Royal Sussex Regiment, including the 
expedition into the Bazar Valley with the 1st Brigade and the occupation of the Khyber Pass (Medal with two 
Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, and" 
took part in the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria, including the engagements at Welkom Farm, Zand River — 
horse shot, and Doomkop, the occupation of Johannesburg and Pretoria, and the engagement at Diamond Hill; 
was present in the subsequent advance into the Orange River Colony, and commanded a detached column in the 
operations round Bethlehem and in the Caledon Valley, the engagement at Retief's Nek, and the surrender of the 
Boer forces at Golden Gate on 1st Aug. 1900; also took part in the operations roand Thabanchu, Winburg, and 
commanded the garrison at Lindley during investment by the Boers from September 1900 to January 1907, 
and took part in several minor engagements during investment. Subsequently commanded the centre section, 
Orange River Colony (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Ciasps). 

,23 Colonel F. Lloyd served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1884-85 as Signalling Officer to the Brigade of 
Guards, and was present in the engagement at Hasheeu (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in 
the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and was present at the battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1500-1902, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April to May 1900, the Orange River 
Colony, 29th May to Nov. 190-1, including the action at Biddulphsberg, 29th May. Commanded the Battalion 
throughout, except from 30th May till nth Oct. — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal 
with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

234 Colonel A. J. A. Wright eerved with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st 
Battalion East Lancashire Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in com- 
mand of the itt Battalion East Lancashire Regiment ami took part in the operations in the Orange Freo State, 
I'eb. to May 1900, including the actions at Karree Siding, Vet River, and Zand River; and in the Transvaal in 
Mayand Jui.e, including the action near Johannesburg ; served also as Station Commandant (twice mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

2SC Colonel Walsh served with the Mounted Infantry in the operation' against Sekukuni in tho Transvaal in 
1878, including the storming ol Tolyana's Stadt; also throughom the Zuiu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagementsat Kambula Hill and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
Mounted Infantry Regiment of the Camel Corps, and was present in the reconnaissance to Gakdul under Sir 
Herburt Stewart, at the actions at Abu Klea and Gubat, in the reconnaissance at Metammeh on the 21st January 
and in the engagement at Abu Klea Wells under Sir Redvers Buller— dangerously wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

238 Colonel M'Kiustry served with the cth Punjab Infantry in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in 
the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 and the subsequent occupation of Cabul (Medal with 
Clasp). 

W« Colonel N. Miles served with 1st Life Guards in Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in engagements at 
El Magfar and Mahsama, in two actions atKassaein, at Ihe'battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and at capture of Cairo (Medal 



39° War Services of the Colonels. 

will Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in South African war in igoo in command of Regiment of Household 
Cavalry from 3rd July until its return home (mentioned in despatches, CB. Medal with three Clasps). 

2<*6 Colonel R. Lindsell served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Gloucester- 
shire Regiment, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; in the Orange Free State, February to May igoo 
including the operations at Paardeberg— severely wounded 19th February ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th 
November 1900 ; in Cape Colony, South and North of Orange River, 1500. Afterwards commanded an Infantry 
Brigade, and a column of mixed Iroops. Also served as District Commandant (mentioned in despatches, CB. 
Medal with three Clasps). 

•255 Colonel H.W.N. Guiness served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition iniS84- 
85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 1st Battalion from 
12th Jan. until 29th Nov. 1900; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, Aug. to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast, 26th and 27th Aug. 1900, and Lydenburg, 5th to 
8th Sept. ; in the Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem, 6th and 7th July, and Wittebergen, 1st to 
29th July; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 7900, including actions at Colesberg, 15th Jan to 2th Feb. 
(twice mentioned in despatches, CB, Medal with three Clasps). 

258 Colonel J. C. Young served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment, and took part in the operations of the 
Desert Cclutm under Sir Herbert Stewart (Clasp). 

•259 Colonel H. C. Denny served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion North- 
amptonshire Regiment. Took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder 
River and Magersfontein ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900 ; the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including the actions at Kenterskroon ; the operations in Orange 
River Colony, May to Nov. 1900. Served as Commandant at Klerksdorp, and afterwards at Nylstroom (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

261 Colonel Bowles served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Staff Officer at Assouan (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major). Served in the ca-npaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and was present at the 
capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, the capture of Bagh, the Dwatoi reconnaissance, the crossing 
of tie Ka.bu Darra, the reconnaissance of the Saran Sar and engagement of nth November, and the operations 
against the Khani Khel Ohamkar is (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and was 
present in the operations around Colesberg in January 1900 (mentioned in despatches); in the march along the 
Modder River including the engagement at Paardeberg (severely wouaded) ; the advance on Dewetsdorp in- 
■cluding the engagement at Leeuwkop; the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria including the passage of the Vet 
and Zand Rivers; the engagements at Brandfort, Kroonstad, and Johannesburg, and the occupation of Pretoria; 
and in the advance to the Eastern Transvaal including the engagements at Diamond Hill and Belfast (twice 
mentioned in despatches, CB. Medal with five Clasps). 

26G Colonel Carter served in the Afghan war of 1837-80 with the Khyber Line Force at Jellaiabad (Medal). 
Served in the Hazari campaign in 1888 as Field Intelligence Officer (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
C'asp) ; with the Looshai Expedition in 1889 (Clasp) and with thcHazira Expedition in 1891 as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General (mentioned in despatches Clasp). 

•270 Colonel E. Hegan served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force 
as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

271 Colonel T. D'O. Snow served in the Zulu campaign in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Nile Expedi- 
tion in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat— severely 
■wounded (Medal with two Clasps. Khedive's Star). Served in the Mile Expedition in 1898 as Brigade Major to 
the British Brigade, and afterwards to the 1st Brigade British Division, and was present at the battles ot 
Atbara and Khartoum (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, Khedive's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

277 Colonel J. H. Campbell served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-93 with the Tochi Field Force with the 2nd Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Medal 
with Clasp). 

260 Colonel Gore served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Camel Corp3 (Medal with Clasp, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 5th Dragoon Guards. Took 
part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including (he actions of Eland slaagte and Lombard's Kop ; commanded 
the Cavalry at Elandslaagt e; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 
6th January 1900. Took part in th3 operations in the Transvaal .1901-02 ; ia Natal 1900; in tho Transvaal, 
oast of Pretoria. 1900-02 ; and in the Orange River Colony 1900-02 ; and on the Z dulaud frontier of Natal in Sep- 
tember and October 1901 (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with Clasps). 

287 Colonel F. Hammersley served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on the Lines of Communication (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1893 with the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of 
Khartoum (4th Class of the Osmanieh, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Was also present during 
the occupation of Crete in 1898. Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Deputy Assistant. Adjutant 
General, Natal, and was present in the engagement at Talana (seriously wounded) and at the siege of Ladysmith 
(Medal with Clasp). 

2,0 Colonel G. F. Ellison served in the South African war in 1895-1900 on the Staff, and took part in th e relief 
of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

293 Colonel Reay served with the 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1900-02 in command of the 2nd Battalion Manchester 
Regiment, aid took part in the operations resulting in the surrender of the Boer forces in the Caledon Valley 1st 
August 1900. Acted as Commandant at Bethlehem from 30th January 1901 to 27th April 1901; subsequently 
commanded a Column in Brandwater Basin and north east of Orange Free State (twice mentioned in despatches 
CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

2,t Lord Binning served with the Royal Horse Guards and in command of the Signallers of the Cavalry Brigade 
in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at Kassasin on the 9th September, at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and at the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Stir). Served in the Nile Exoedition 
in 1884-85 with the Heavy Camel Corps in the Desert Column, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and 
El Gubat, the affair before Metammeh and the attack on the Convoy on 14th February (two Clasps). Served in 
the Hazari Expedition in 1888 with the River Column, and was present in the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

290 Colonel H. B. Mortimer served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in i8g5 
with the 1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's 
Medal with Clasp). 

297 Colonel H. R. B. Donne served with the Burmese Expedition in 1888-89 attached to the Intelligence Branch 
during the expediiion to the Northern Shan States, and afterwards with the Chin Field Force (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-9S, first with the Malakand Field Force as 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 3rd Brigade, including the engagements at Nawagai and Bedmanai 
Pass (mentioned in despatches) ; and afterwards with tho Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General 1st Brigade, and was present at the forcing of. the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes and in tho 
operations in the Bazar Valley (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

300 Colonel the Hon. A. E. Dalzell served in the operations in Burma in 1891-92 in command of the Maingkhwan 
Column (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry, took part in the march from Modder River to bloemfontein, and was present in the 
engagements at Klip Drift, Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, and the occupation of Bloemfonteien; 



War Ssvviess of tin CAonils. 39P 

commanded a Brigade at the capture of Kitchener's Kopje on 19th February, and was present throughout the 
operations of Major General Knox's Column in Oran<re River Colony, including many minor engagements 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

3| H Colonel Macready served in the Egyptian war of 18S2, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kehir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war with the Got&on Highanders in 1899-1902, 
and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elands\aagts and Lombard's Kop ; de- 
fence of Ladysmith, and action of 6th Jan. 1900; operations in Natal, March to June 1903, and action at Laing's 
Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. tgoo, and the actions at Belfast and Lydenburg ; and 
the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1920 ; also the operations in the Transvaal 
Dec. 1900 to Oct. 1901, Dec. 19=1 to May 1902 ; and the operations in Cape Colony : served as Commandant at 
Hainan's Kraal, Waterval North, and Pietpotgietersrnst, and on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel. Medal with four Clasps.) 

302 Colonel A. J. Murray served in the operations in Zululand in t383. Served in the South African war in 
1399-1903, 1902, a3 Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Natal Field Force, and afterwards as 
Assistant Adjutant General ; took part in the defence of Ladysmith— dangerously wounded (twice mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with t.vo Clasps). 

301 Colonel H. R. Kelham served with the 2nd BattaliOD Highland Light Infan f ry in the Egyptian war of i832, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the occupation 
of Crete in 1898 with the 1st. Battalion Highland Light Infantry. Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in 
command of the 1st Pattalion Highland Light Infantry, and was present in the advance on Kimberley and the 
engagements at Modder River and Magerslbntein — wounded ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to 
May 1900; and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1903, including the actions at Wittebergen and 
Witpoort — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

306 H n. J. E. Lindley served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the action at Colenso (Medal with two Clasps). 

3 °T Colonel C. J. Mackenzie served with the detachment of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders attached 
to the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the bitt'e of Tel-el- 
Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87, and again in 
1887-89, as Embarkation Officer at Manda!a.y, Transport Officer at Myingyan, and subsequently in command of a 
Company of Mounted Infantry (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Hazira Expedition in i883 as Adjutant 
of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the operations against 
the Hnnza Nagars in 1891-92 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, and was loresent at the capture of 
Nile Fort ; commanded the force at the storming of the enemy's second position on 20th December 1892 and during 
the subsequent advance and occupation of Hunza and Nagar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). 
Sert-ed with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1891-95 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Chisp). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in [893 with the ist Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, and was present at the bitt'e of Khartoum 
(British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1399-1902 as Deputy Assis- 
tant Adjutant General and later as Temporary Director of Military- Intelligence, and was afterwiirds appointed 
Military Governor of Johannesburg (three times mentioned in despatches, Brjvet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with 
four Clasps). 

. Jos Colonel J. E. Dewar served in the Soudan campaign in iS85attachcd to the Cavalry Brigade, and was present 
in the enp-agements at Hastien and Tcmai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Servedin the South African 
war in 1901-02, and took partin the opeia'.ions in Cape Colony in Dec. 1901. 

jua Colonel E. A. Altham served in the South African warin 1 899-1500 as Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence 
Natal Fie'd Force, and was present in the engagements at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop, and in the defence of 
Ladysmith including the engagement at Wagon Hill ; afterwards served in the Orange River Colony and the 
Transvaal on the staff of the ist Division, and was present in the engagements at Licdley, Rhenoster Knp, and 
Elands Laagte, and various skirmishes (mentioned in despatches, promoted Lt.Colonel on half pay, Medal with 
four Clasps). 

810 Colonel Monro serve:! in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-93 with the Malakand 
Field Force, including the operations in Bajaur and the Mohmand country ; and with th.e Tirah Expeditionary 
Force (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-193083 Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

3 |' Colonel W. R. Robertson served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Intelligence 
Officer (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 oa 
the Staff. Took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including those at Paardeberg, 
17th to 26th Feb. ; and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River (5th and 6th May), and Zand River. 
Also took part in the operations in the Transvaal in May aid June 1900, including the actions near Jjhannesburg 
and Pretoria; and in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, from July to Oct. 1933 (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

313 Colonel Carthew-Yorstoun served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2n 1 Ba'.talion 
Black Watch from 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902, and took part in the advance on Kimberley; the operations 
in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg aud Vet River; operations in 
the Orange River Colony, including the actions at Rhenoster River, Wittebergen, and Witpoort— severely woundod 
at Paardeberg. Took part in the operations in Transvaal, Nov. 1901 ; in Orange River Colony, Nov. 1903 to Sept. 
1901, and from Dec. 1901 to May 1902; operations on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Ojt. 1931 (mentioned in 
despatches, CB , Medai with three Clasps). 

t 3U Colonel Wilson served with tha 91st Highlanders in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with 
Clasn). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the ist Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
as&eccnd in command from 17 h November to 12th December 1899 including the engagement nt Modder River ; 
commanded the Battalion from 12th December 1899 to 20th February 1900, and was present in the engagements at 
Kr.'jdoosberg and Paardeberg (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

1,6 Colonel W. A. Scott served in the South African war with the Gordon Highlanders in 1399-1901, and took 
part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; in Natal, 
March to June 1900, and action at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1903, and 
actions at Belfast and Lydenburg ; and the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1903. 
Commanded the 2nd Battalion from the 22nd Oct. to 14th Dec. 1899, and from 16th Jan. 1900 onwards (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

■'■-•'» Colonel J. S. Talbot served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the ist Battalion Shropshire Light 
Infantry (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), and in the subsequent occupation of Sualrin by British troops in 
C885-86. 

824 Major General Finn served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at Killa 
Kazi and Siah Sung, and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Sher- 
pore (mentioned ; n despatches, Modal with Olasn, Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field). Served in the 
campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1893 with the 21st Lancers, and was present at the battle of 
Khartoum, mentioned in despatches, Brevetof Lieutenantdolonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

'■'"> Colonel C. O. Hore served in the Egyptian war of i35z, first with the ist Battalion South Staffordshire 
Raiment and afterwards with the Mounted Infantry, and wa3 present in the reconnaissance in force from 
Alexandria on the 5th August, in the engagements at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Mahsama, and Kassasin, at the 
oattle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the occupation of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1834-35 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present at the actions at 
Abu Klea, El Oubit, and Metammeh (two Clasps). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 18988s Staff Officer to Egyptian Cavalry, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevetof Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1903 as Special Service Officer (mentioned in despatches, CitQ.). 



392 War Services of the Colonels. 

327 Colonel H. S FitzGerald served as Adjutant with the 15th Sikhs in the Afghan war in 1880 ; accompanied Si* 
Frederick Robert* in the march to Candahar, and was present at the reconnaissance of the 31st August and at 
the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp, and Branze Decoration). Served with the Marri Expedition in i88r. 
Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistaut Adjutant General for Intelligence, 
and was present in the engagement at Giniss(Medai, and Khedive's Star 1 . Served in the operations on the 
Niger in 1897-93 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Claso). Serve! in the South African 
war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Durham Light Infantry with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and 
was present at the battle of Colenso and in the operations on the Tugela of 12th January to 6th February, includ- 
ing the engagement at Vaal Krantz (severely wounded) ; subseouently served in the Transvaal (twice mentioned 
in despatches, CB. , Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

328 Colonel D. A. Kinloch served in the South African war in 1S99-1900, and took part in the advance on 
Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein 5 and the operations in 
the Orange Free State, February to May 1903, including the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein (msntioned. 
in despatches, CB. Medal with three Clasps). 

830 Colonel M'Kerreil served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron Highlanders (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 
with the Cameron Highlanders, and was present at Kosheh during its investment, at the reconnaissance on the 
j6th December, and in the engagement at Giniss. Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896 (British Medal, and Khedive's Medal); in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to 
Khedive's Medal); and in the campaign in 1898, including the reoccupatioi of Kassala, and the capture and 
defence of Gedaref in command of the 16th Battalion (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Clasp to 
Khedive's Medal). 

331 Colonel Wylly served with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the Sikkim Expedition in 1S88 with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters, part ot 
the time in command of a detachment, and was present in the engagements at Jeluk, Gnathong, and the Jelapla 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India uniier 
Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters, 
and was present at the storming of the Dargai Heights, the capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, and 
in the operations in the Khanki, Mastnra, Waran, and Bazir Valleys (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war in command of the 1st Battalion Sherwood Foresters from 5th Feb. 1901, and took part in the 
operations in the Western Transvaal against Generals Delarey and Kemp, including the actions at Vlakfontein 
and Moedwel. Commanded the Rustenburg District from 6th Oct. 1901 to 30th Aug. 1902 (mentioned in des- 
patches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

333 Colonel Schletter served inthe Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the 8th Foot, including tba 
operations hi the Koorum Valley (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the 1st 
Battalon Liverpool Regiment from 13th Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902, and took part in the operations in the Trans- 
vaal Diec. 1901 to May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five CI isps). 

341 Colonel Fry served in the Afghan war in 187^-80 (Medal). Served in the South African war with the 2nd 
Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment in 1899-1901, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899 ; relief of Lady- 
smith, including the action at Colenso; operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; 
operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., and 
the engagement at Pieter's Hill ; in Natal, March to June 1900, and the action at Laing's Nek ; and operations in 
the Transvaal, east and west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900. Commanded the Battalion from 23rd Feb. 1900 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with fi -e Clasps). 

343 Colonel Simpson served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 1st 
Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, and was present at the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and 
Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

** 5 Colonel Moody served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the operations of 
the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion of the Buffs, and was present in the 
engagement at Mamugai (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 
1897-98 as 2nd in Command of the ;st Battalion the Buffs with the Malakand Field Force, including the opera- 
tions in Bajaur and the Mohmand country — wounded (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

M9 Colonel Ashby served as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry throughout the 
Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, in the two actions at 
Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Khedive's Star). Served with Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
and took part in operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 in command of 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light 
Infantry; took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Paardeberg, Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; and in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1002 (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

^o Colonel H. T. Hicks served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers from 5th March 1900, and was present at the battle of Colenso, 15th Dec , in command of three 
Companies of the 1st Battalion. Subsequently served in Orange River Colony in the operations for the relief o3 
Wepener under General Hart; also under Sir Archibald Hunter at Fourteen Streams, and with Lord Kitchener's 
Column in pursuit of De Wet ; also in the operations in Cape Colony and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July 
to 29th Nov. 1900, including the actions at Frederickstad and Potchefstroom. Commanded a Column on three 
occasions in the Field (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Glasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

35 4 Colonel Bewicke-Copley served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the ist Battalion King's Royal Rifles from 
the 17th April till the close of the operations (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West 
Frontier of India under Major General Yeatman-Biggs in 1897-98 as Intelligence Officer with the Kurram-Kohat 
Force, and was present at the action of the Ublan Pass, 27 Aug. 1897; operations ontheSamanaandin theKurram 
Valley, Aug. and Sept. 1897; relief of Gulistan; operations of the Flying Column in the Kurram Val'ey under 
Colonel Richardson (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). Served with the TirahExpeditionary Force as Deputy 
Assistant Quarter Master General for Intelligence, and afterwards as Assistant Quarter Master General 2nd 
Division, and was present at the actions of Chagru Kotal and Dargai; capture of Sampagha and Arhanga 
Passes; reconnaissance of the Saran Sar, and action of 9th Nov. 1897; operati ns in Waran Valley and Bara 
Valley; affair at Shinkamar (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 .- 
commanded the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifles in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso ; the 
operations of 17th to 24th Jan. icoo, including the action at Spion Kop ; operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action 
at Vaal Krantz ; operations on Tugela Heights, and action at Pieter's Hill ; the operations in Natal, Mar. to June 
1900, including the action at Laing's Nek (mentioned in despatches, CB ) ; commanded Column during the operations 
in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches); and the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, east of Pretoria, in 1901-02 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with six Clasp3, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

357 Colonel F.W. Romilly served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, and was present 
inthe engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the beetle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; 
in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 as Aide de Camp to Sir Gerald Graham, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps) ; in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, 
with the Guards Camel Regiment, and was ptesent at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat (two Clasps) ; and 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force ii. 1885-86 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Stephenson, and 
was present in the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, DSO.) . Served in the South African war in 
1900-02 in command of the 2nd B ttalion Scuts Guards, and was p-esent at the operations in the Orange Riyejf 



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Colony (May 29th to Nov. 1900), tie action at Biddulphsberg, and the actions at Wittebergen (1st to 29th July 1900) 
(mentioned "in despatches, CB., and Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

3i9 Colonel E. R. C. Graham served in the South African war in 1900-02, and took part in the operations in the 
Orange Free State, February to May, 1900, including the actions at Paardebsrg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding and 
Vet River, the operations in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg and 
Pretoria. Commanded the 2nd Battalion from 27th to 31st May, and from 8th to 29th November 1900; Assistant 
Provost Marshal and Commandant at Potchefstroom (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

361 Colonel F. S. Inglefield served in the South African war in 1900-02 as a Special Service Officer, and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg, Poplar- 
Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including theactiors near 
Johannesburg and Pretoria; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including the action at Lydenberg; and in the 
Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July and Aug. 1900 — two horses shot. Commanded the 2nd Bartalion East Yorkshire 
Regiment during tho rperations in the Transvaal in March 1901 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal 
with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps) 

3<a Colonel R. J. Coop:r served with the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards in the Egyptian war of 18S2. and was 
present in the engagement at Tei-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with CHso and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1 899-1900 as Railway Staff Officer (Medal with two Clasps). 

364 Sir R. A. W. Colleton served with the Hazara Expedition in 1S91 as Brigade Major to the 2nd Brigade (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir 
William Lockhart in 1807 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Tirah Frontier Reserve Force (Medal with two 
Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
and took part in tho operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900, including the 
actions at Frederickstad. Served also as Commandant at Potchelstroom (three times mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal wiih three Clasps, King's Medal with two Closps). 

866 Colonel Lysons served as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Wood during the Zulu warof 1S79, and was pre- 
sent in the engagements at Zungin Nek, Zlobane Mountain (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross), Kambula 
(again mentioned), and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp) : together with Private Edmond Fowler, Scottish Rifles (since 
discharged), was awarded the FC under the following circumstances: — "On the 2SU1 March 1879, during the 
assault of the Inhlobane Mountain, Sir Evelyn Wood ordered the dislodgment of certain Zulus (who were 
causing the troops much loss) from strong natural caves commandins the position in which some of the 
wounded were lying. Some delay occurring in the execution of the orders issued, Captain the Honourable 
Ronald Campbell, Coldstream Guards, followed by Lieutenant Lysons, Aide de Camp, and Private Fowler, ran 
forward in the most determined manner, and advanced over a mass of fallen boulders, and between walls of 
rock, which led to a cave in which the enemy lay hidden. It being impossible for two men to walk abreas-t 
the assailants were consequently obliged to keep in single file, and as Captain Campbell was leading, he 
arrived first at the mouth of the cave, from which the Zulus were firing, and there met his death ; Lieutenant 
Lysons and Private Fowler, who were following close behind him, immediately dashed at the cave, from which 
led several subterranean passages, and firing into the chasm below, succeeded in forcing the occupants to forsake 
their stronghold. Lieutenant Lysons remained at the cave's mouth for some minutes after the attack, during 
which time Captain Campbell's body was carried down the sloDes." Served in the Nile Expedition in 18S4-S5 with 
the Egyptian Army (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

866 Colonel Sprot served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with 
the Mohmunds at Dakka ; proceeded from Gandamak to Kabul in charge of a Convoy in April 1&80 (Medal). 
Served in South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the Carabiniers, and was present in the operations 
round Colesberg, including actions at Arundel, 13th Dec. 1899, and Colesberg, 1st Jan. to 12th Feb. 1900, at 
relief of Kimberley, in engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloem- 
fontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing of the Zand River, the battle of Johannesburg, affair at 
Kalk-Heuvel, occupation of Pretoria, battle of Diamond Hill, action at Riet Vlei (16th July), batile of Belfast, 
affair at Waterval Onder, and advance to Barberton ; in General Hart's march through the Gats rand in Nov. 
1900. Subsequently commanded a section of line of communications in Natal and a Mobile Column in Capo 
Colony (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps; King's Medal with two Clasps). 

887 Colonel Lousada served with the 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment throughout the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-fl-Mahuta, in the two actions at 
Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, CB., 
Medal with six Clasps). 

868 Colonel Ovens served in the Afghan war in i83o as Superintendent of Army Signalling with the Khyber 
Line Force and aiso with the Khvber Division of the Northern Afghanistan Field Force under Lieut. General 
Bright (Medal). Served with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1894-95 with the 2nd 
Battalion Border Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, in command of 
the iet Battalion Border Regiment from 9th August 1900 to 22nd April 1901, and from 22nd August 1901 to May 
1902. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, Jul}' to November 1900 ; and the operations 
in the Transvaal from 30th November 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

37 Colonel A. H. Coles served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star) ; in the operations of the Soudan Field Force in 1887, including the engagements at Sarras ; 
and in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889, including the engagement at Toski (mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., and Clasp). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 11*2.] 

37 1 Colonel Hanbnry-Williams served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir E. Hamley, Com- 
manding the 2nd Division, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir— horse shot (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Cliss of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

8" Colonel R. N. R. Reade served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division (Medal). Served with 
the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1805 (Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 
as a Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Cavalry Division (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt Colonel). 

18 Colonel Eccles served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry with the Mohmand Field Force, and with the 
Peshawar Column and the 5th Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Fcrce including the operations in the Bara Valley 
Medal with two Clasps.) [See also Civil Decoration for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

371 Colonel Surtees served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the Turkish Mounted Infantry of 
the Egyptian Army and afterwards of a boat convoy (Medal withClasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in i885-86,and was present in the engagement at Giniss 
in command of the 3rd Camel Corps of the Egyptian Army ( 4 th Class of the Osmanieh). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900 with the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, in command from 23rd March to nth 
December 1900 ; took part in the advance on Kimberley, and was present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, 
Modder River, and Magersfontein, the advance io Bloemfoniein and Pretoria, the engagements at Diamond Hill, 
Driefontein, Vet River, Zand River, Johannesburg and Belfast, and the march to Komati Poort (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

3,4 Colonel Archdale served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in 
the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
occupation of Crete in 1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the South African war in 
1899-1900, 1902 as Assistant Press Censor, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, 
CB. Medal with five Clasps). 

- 176 riolonel F. B. Matthews served in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1902, taking part in the operations for the relief of Ladysmith, including the actions at Spion Kop, 
Vaal Krantz, Tugela Heights, Pieter's Hill, and the operations in Natal. Commanded the 2nd Battalion from 



39 s War Services, of the Colonels. 

23rd Feb. till 27th May 1900, including the action at Pieter's Hill (mentioned in despatches, Bravet of Lt.Colonel 
DSO. (Medal with four Clasps). 

877 Colonel W. Douglas served in the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-83 as Adjutant 
of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Scots. Served in the South African war in 1893-1900 with the 1st Battalion 
Royal Scots commanding the Battalion from 1900, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, 
including the actions at Paardeberg (17th to 26th February), Poplar Grove, Driefonlein, Karroe Siding (29th 
March), the defence of Wepener, the actions at Houtnek, "Vet River, and Zand River; tte operations in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria (July to 29th Nov. 1900), including the actions at Belfast^ Lydenburg and Rhenoster 
Kop; the operations in Orange River Colony (May to 19 h Nov. 1900), including the actions at Biddulphsberg, 
Lindley, Bhenoster River, Lmdley (26th June), Bethlehem, Wittebergen, Witpoort, Ladybrand, Bothavile, and 
Caledon River; end in the operations in Orange River Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900. Commanded 
Columns in combined operations with General Sir W. Kitchener and Colonels Park, Benson, and Puiteney in the 
operations of General Sir Bindon Blood's Columns in the Eastern Transvaal ; commanded Column formed in 
November 1901 for operations in the Eastern Transvaal till invalided and succeeded by Colonel Urmston (men- 
tioned in despatches, DSO.). 

376 Colonel C. W. Carey served as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry, and took part in the operations of the Malakand and 
Buner Field Forces, including the forcing of the Tanga Pass (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

379 Lt. Col onelPearse served with the 70th Regiment the Afghan war in 1878-79 under Brigadier General Biddulph 
including the occupation of Kandahar, the advance to the Helmund, and the operations of the Thai Chotiali Field 
Force (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, and 
was present inthe engagement at Willow Grange, the battle of Colenso, the engagements at Spion Kop, Vaal 
Krantz, Monte Christo, Tugela Heights and Pieter's Hill. Served subsequently in the operatiins in the Trans- 
vaal and Orange Free State (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, DSO., Medal with four 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

390 Colonel Lamb served in the South African war in 1899-19:0, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding action at Colenso; also the operations of the 17th to 24th January 1900; tho operations of the 5th 
to 7th Feb. 1900 and action at Vaal Krantz; the operations of Tugela Heights and action at Pieter's Hill ; 
the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, including action at Laing's Nek;, and the operations in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria (mentioned in despatches, Medal with rive Clasps. 1 . 

831 Colonel Raitt served in the Kafir war in 187S including the operations against Sekukuni; served in the Zulu 
war in 1879 and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni including the capture of the stronghold 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1605 in command 
of a troop of the 3rd Mounted Rifles (Diamond Fields Horse). Served in the South African war with the xst Bat- 
talion South Staffordshire Regiment in 1900-02. including the op«rations for the relief of Wepener, the fighting near 
Dewetsdorp and Thabanchu in April 1900, the actions in the Wittebergen which precede! the surrender of 
General Prmsloo's army; and took part in the subsequent operations in the Orange River Colony (mentioned in 
desDatches, CB.). 

3ii Colonel Western served inthe Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion Royal West Kent Regimer.t 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under 
Sir William Lockhart in 1&97-98 with the Malakand Field Force with the 1st Battalion Royal West KentRegiment 
during the operations in the Mamund Valley, including the engagements at A gr ah and Gut (w:unded) and at 
Badalai (mentioned in despatches) ; also served with the Buner Field Foree with the 1st Battalira Royal West 
Kent Regiment during the operations in Buner and Chamln , including the engagement at Tanga Pass (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war with the 2nd Battalion Royal West KentRegiment, and took part in the 
operations in Orange River Colony from 1st Sept. to 29th Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 
». s 33 Colonel Kincaid-Smith served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment 
took part in the operations of the Desert Column, and was present at the action at Abu Klea (Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). 

334 Colonel A. J. W. Allen served with the 3rd Buffs throughout the Zulu war of 1870, and was present in the 
engagements at Inyezane and Gingindhlovu (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 ; was 
Commandant of Dal-Sarkamatts and Rail Head, and from 28th February to 22nd July he commanded the Transport 
Train (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served during the campaign on the North West Frontier of India 
under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General at the base (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

s* 5 Colonel F. D.Lumley served in the South African war with the Middlesex Regiment in 1899-1902, and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May 1900, including the engagements at Paardeberg, 
and the actions at Poplar Grove, Karroe Siding, Vet River, and Za,Dd River; in the Transvaal in May and Juries 
1900, including the actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; and in Cape Colony, south and north of Orange 
River, iooo (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

836 Colonel Trower served.in the Kafir war in 1877-78 including the operations against the Galekas and Gaikas ; 
also served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in tho South African war in 1 899-1901 as Staff 
Officer to Assistant Inspector of Remounts, and afterwards in command of the Remount Depot at Stellenbosch. 

387 Colonel Hacket Thompson served as Transport OIBcer with the Cameron Higl landers throughout the Egyp- 
tian war of i832, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp and Khedive's Star). Served 
throughout the operations of the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 with the Cameron Highlanders, and was 
preser.t at Kosheh during its investment (wounded) and in the engagement at Giniss. Served in the campaign in 
the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and was present at the battles of tho Atbara and Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, British Modal, and Khedive's Medal wiih t^o CUsps). 
Served in the South African war in 1901 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps), 

833 Colonel Smithson served in'the Afghan war in 1880. Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and 
was present at the battle of Colenso, in the operations of 21st to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop, the 
engagements at Vaal Krantz and Pieter's Hill, and the relief of Ladysmith — severely wounded 22nd August ; operations 
in the Transvaal Aug. to Sept. 1901, Oct. 1901 to May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony April to May 1902 ; on the 
Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony August 1901 (three times mentioned in despatches 
DSO., Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

300 Colonel Hon. E. J. Montagu-Stuart-Wortley served in Afghanistan from Octoben879 to Augusti88o with the 
Koorum Force as TransportOfficerand Assistant Superintendent of Army Signalling (Medal). Servedin the Boer 
war of 1881 with the. Natal Field Force. Scved in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Orderly Officer to Sir W. O.Lanyon 
and to Sir Baker Russell, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . 
Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the actions of Abu Klea and El Gubit, in the 
reconnaissance to Metammeh, and in the reconnaissance to Khartoum under Sir Charles Wilson (mentioned in 
despatches, two Clasps, 4th Class of the Medjidio, and CM G. in recognition of his services in Egypt); also 
served in the operations of the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputv Assistant Adjutant and 
Quarter Master General (Brevet of Major). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener 
in 1897 as Staff Officer to Gunboats Flotilla, including the occupation of Berber ; and in 1898 on Special Service, and 
was present at the battle of Khartoum in command of friendly Arabs on the right bank of the Nile (mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in tho South African war in 1899-1900 
in command of a Battalion of Reservists and King's Royal Rifles in operations under SirRedvers Buller including 
the relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches); commanded the 2nd Battalion King's Royal Rifles in sub- 
sequent operations (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

383 Colonel T. L. N. Morland served in the operations on the Niger in 1897-98 (mentioned in despatches, Brovet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in Northern Nigeria in 1900, in command of the operations on the Kaduna 
River (mentioned in despatches). Served in the operations in Ashanti in igoo (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
Of Lt.Colonel). Served in Northern Nigeria in 1901 in command of the operations against the Emir of Yola — 



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slight'y wounded (mentioned in despatches, DSO. Medal with Clasp). Commanded the Bomu Expedition in 
1902 (mentioned in despatches. Served in the Kano Sokoto Expedition in West Africa in 1503, mentioned in 
despatches, CB. ) . 

3 " Colonel Aylmer served witn the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engaged 
ments at El Magfar and Mahsama, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
in the Scudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb andTemai 
(two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the action at 
Kirbekan (two Clasps). Served in the South African campaign 1899-1902, taking part in the operationsin Natal, 
including the Laing's Nek action, the defence of Ladysmith, and the operations in the Transvaal July to No'-v 1900, 
including the actions at Botha's Pass and Almond's Nek; Lt.Colonel Aylmer was also in command of the regiment 
for some time in 1899, 1901-02 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; and in Orange 
River Colony March to May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

396 Colonel Bulman served in Afghan war in 1879-80 with Koorum Division, including Zaimusht Expedition 
(Medal). Served in South African war in 1899-1901 in command of 2nd Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry ; took 
part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Drie- 
fontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johan- 
nesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, 
July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Elands River ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900, in- 
cluding action at Rhenoster River ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River. 1899-1900 ; and in the Transvaal, 30th 
Nov. rgoo to Sept. 1901 (mentioned in despatches. DSO., Medal with four Clasos* 

*53 Colonel J. H. E. Reid served throughout the Afghan war of 1873-S0, first in Northern Afghaui-tan with 
the 25th Regiment under Sir Frederick Maude, including the Bazar Valley Expedition ; afterwards in Southern 
Afghanistan with the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, including themntiny and subsequent pursuit of the Wali of 
Candahar's troops at Girishk, the battle of Maiwani in command of a squadron (wounded), and th9 defence of 
Candabar (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

410 Brigadier General G. V. Kemball served in the Afghan war iu 1878-79 (Medal). Served with the Chitral 
Relief Force in 1895 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General tst Brigade, and as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General and Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General on the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Major). Served in the operations on tie North West Frontier of India in 1 597 with the Tochi Field 
Force as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General for Intelligence (mentioned in despatches) . Commanded the 
operations in Northern Nigeria in 1901 against the forces of Bida and Kontagora, mentioned in despatches, DSO., 
Medal with Clasp). Served in the Kano-Sokoto Expedition in West Africa in 1903 (CB.). 

412 Colonel H. Alexander served in the South African war in 1899-1902 — twice wounded, once severely (men- 
tioned in despatches, DSO., Modal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

415 Colonel A. H. M. Edwards served with the Hazira Expedition in -.888 as Assistant Provost Marshal (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1859-1900, temporarily in commar.d of the Imperial Light Horse, 
and was present at the siege at Ladysrr.ith, including the attack of 6th January 1900— slightly wounded (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB.). 

486 Colonel Nicholson served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick C'arrington in 1S96 as 
acting Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, D.SO.,and Medil). Served in the South African war iu 1899-1900 
in command of the British South Af lican Police, and afterwards in command of the 1st Brigade Rhodesian Field 
Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and CB.). 

137 Colonel L. E. Kiggill served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took part in the 
relief of Ladysmith, including the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900; the operations of the 5th to 7th 
Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz : the operations on Tugela Heights, and the action at Pictcr's Hill ; the 
operations in Natal Mai. to June 1903, and the action at Laing's Nek ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at Belfast and Lyderiberg ; the operations in the Transvaal 
30th Nov. 1900 to Mar. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony Mar. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

4M Colonel Haking served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-S6 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant G eneral (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal with three Clasps). 

439 Colonel Shute served with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards in the Egyptian war of 1S82, and was 
present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-ol-Kebir ( Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1S35 with the ist Battilion Coldstream Guards, and was 
present in the engagement at Hasheon, at that near Tofrek on the 24th March, and at the destruction of Tcmai 
(Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards, was in com- 
mand of a mobile column from December 1900 to January 1901 ; was Commandant at Gr.aaf Rtinet 5th January 
to 30th November 1901, and Administrator No. 8 Martial Law Area, Cape Colony, ist December 1901, to end of 
hostilities. Took part in advance on Kimbcrley, including actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and 
Magersfontein ; also the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May 1 90.-1, including actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River; operations in Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in Transvaal, east and west of Pretoria, and in C ipe Colony. 
When in command of a train carrying a detachment of Coldstream Guards from Komati Poort to Pretoria, the 
train was derailed and attacked by the enemy by night, the enemy was driven off after a severe engagement, 
our casualties being 7 killed and 21 wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, DSO., Medal with 
Eix Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

440 Colonel Cole served in the Burmese Expedition in 18S5-87 with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsb Fusiliers 
(mentioned in despatches Medal with Clasp). Served in West Africa in 1500 in command of the expedition 
against the Munshis — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served in Northern 
Nigeria in 1900 in command of the expedition against the Chief of Tawari (mentioned in despatches). Served in 
the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the Depot Ba'talion at Green Point ; and afterwards served as 
Commandant at Vryburg Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

4,1 Colonel Carter served in the Afghan war in 1879 (Medal). Served in the South African war 1900-02— severely 
wounded. Commanded 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment in operations in Orange River Colony, including 
actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1900, including actions at 
C'olesberg (mentioned in despatches, Queen's Medal with three Clasp3, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

[For the War Services of other Colonels, vide their respective Regiments or Corp3.] 



4 o 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Bowes Thorpe M. Gompertz, Lt.Col. Indian 1 

Army ) 

Maunsell Bowers, Lt. Colonel h.p. 5 Dragoon') 

Guards J 

James Stoneman. Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Henry St. Patrick Maxwell, CSI. Lt.Col. Indian V 

Army / 

Francis F. R. Burgess, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Wm. Butler Ferris, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Willoughby Pitcairn Kennedy, Lt.Col. Indian) 

Army i 

George Badley Hobbs, CMG. Lt.Col. Army) 

Ordnance Department i 

Thomas Alex. Hill, Lt.Col.[ftom h.p. 12 Lancers), ) 

Lmperial Yeomanry $ 

Hy. P. Poingdestre Leigh, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian ! 

Army f 

Richard Carnac Temple, CLE. Knight of Grace of\ 

St. John of Jerusalem, Lt.Col. Indian Army ) 

Charles Purchas, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dtpt. ) 

(Son. Major, 1 Apr. 92) ) 

Geo.Robt.Atkinson, Lt.Col.Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

{Son. Major, 1 Apr. 92) ) 

Thomas Heron, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

(Hon. Major, 4 May 92) ) 

Henry Walter Barrett, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance/ 

Department (Son. Major, 2 July 92) J 

Fred. Charles Maisey, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alexander John Montgomery, Lt.Col. Royal Art.... 

Robert Feild Jameson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Wm. Hastings Potts, Lt.Col. Ro3 - al Artillery 
Robert Preston Birkett Rodick, Lt.Col. Royal Fus. 

William Selwond Hewett, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Hon. Edw. Noel, Lt.Col. (from Major) h.p. Rifie > 

Brigade ) 

Charles Withers Ravenshaw,L<. Colonel IndianArmy 

Walter Cook, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Rawdon EdwardD. Reilly,Zt\ CoZ. Indian Army ... 
R. Ramsay Napier Sturt, CS. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Thomas Caldwell Pears, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Henry John Lyster, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Walter Lean, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Richard Hobart Morrison, Lt.Col. (Irom h.p. 

Major iS Hussars) 

Frank Robt. Crofton Carleton,'* Lt.Col. h.p. 

Irish Fusiliers 

Charles J. Spottiswoode, Lt.Col. h.p. Yorkshire 

Regt 

Lawrence Jamieson Torrie, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Walter F. C. Chichele Plowden, Lt.Col. Indian 

Army 

p.s.c. Percy H. Hamon Massy,' 6 Lt.Col. h.p 

(from Major) 6 Dragoon Guards; Vice Consul i 

AsiaMinor, 11 Mar. 96 

Henry Richard Marrett, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Thomas F. A. Watson-Kennedy," Lt.Col. h.p. j 

Cameron Highlanders (79 Foot) ) 

Orbell Henry Oakes,' 9 Lt.Col. h.p. Worcester-) 

shire Regiment j 

Hy. Beaufoy Thornhill, CLE. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Edward H. Hopton Montresor.X?. Col. IndianArmy 
Robert H. Jennings, CSI. Lt.Col. h.p. Royali 

Engineers J 

Alfred Jas. Arnold,^ DSO. Lt.Col. (from MajoA 

Unatt.); servng under the Portuguese Chartered > 

Company, Mozambique J 

Robt.F. Gartside-Tipping, OB.Zf.CoZ.IndianArmy 
Malcolm John Meade, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
John de Courcy D. Meade, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 

Edward M. Nedham, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur W. T. RadclitTe, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

James Farish Malcolm Fawcett, Lt.Col. h.p. ^ 

5 Lancashire ■ / 

Percival Gea. Parkinson, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance | 

Dept j 

Stanley Humphery, 9 "Zr.CW. h.p. GloucesterRegt. 
Richard Owen, 102 Lt.Col. h.p. (from Major 21 ) 

Lancers) ; Mil. Sec. to Gov. of Bombay j 

Hew Francis Cadell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Warren Hastings, Lt.Col. Indian Army '. 

James Philip Sparling, Lt.Col. Indian Army, 

Henry George Ryland, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Frederick Gsorge Preston, Lt. Col. Indian Army .. 
Harold Arthur Deane, CSI. Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 
Chas. E. Wylde Macdonald, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 

p.s.c. Alfred Edwin Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alex. Geo. Chesney, Lt.Col. Worcester Regiment .. 
Francis Macdonald Drury, Lt.Col. Indian Army .. 
Charles John DeDnys, Lt.Col, Indian Army 



COENET, 

2ndiiEUT. 

OrENSIGN. 



11 Jan. 67 18 Mar. 70 

13 Apr. r . 

Service 

27 Apr. 71 



Depth 

6 Feb. 69 

8 July 68 
18 Aug. 69 

8 Feb. 70 
Depart- 






4 Jan. 71 

Depart!. 

Departl. 

Departl. 

Departl. 
23 Sept. 7i 

28 Oct. 71 

9 Feb. 70 



27 Oct. 71 

7 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
mental 

26 Mar. 75 

4 Jan. 71 
28 Oct. 71 

5 ervice 
Service 
Service 

Service 

28 Oct. 71 

6 Jan. 72 
28 Oct. 71 

2 May 72 

28 Oct. 71 

30 Dec. 71 

27 Mar. 72 

8 May 72 

10 Sept.75 

31 Aug. 72 

9 Mar. 73 

29 May 7a 

12 Sept.72 

11 Sept.72 

13 June 74 

21 Sept.74 

S June 76 
19 Oct. 72 
9 Oct. 72 



11 Aug.80 



23 Aug. 93 



1 May 78 



5 Sept. 
;o Jan. 



11 Jan. 79 11 Jan. 
21 Aug. 78 21 Apr. 83 
l 3 s ln y TS - | 2 5 June £9 
6 Feb. 81! 6 Feb. 8c 

8 July 80' 8 July 
18 Aug. 81 18 Au 



8 Feb. 82 
Service 
30 Nov. 81 
4 Jan. 83 
4 Jan. 83 
22 yrs. 
22 yrs. 
2 ° 3 /i2 yrs. 

20 i \ yrs. 
23 Sept. 83 

7 Sept.81 
28 Oct. 83 



8 Feb 90 
22 ll /j 2 yrs. 
23 Nov. 92 
4 Jan. 91 
4 Jan. 91 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 06 
1 Apr. 96 

1 Apr. 96 

23 Sept. 91 
29 Oct. 88 
28 Oct. 91 



1 Sept. 81! 29 Nov 
10 Sept. 80 9 Dec. 86 
30 Dec. 83I30 Dec. 91 
12 Apr. 90 



20 Aug. 80 

8 May 84 

10 Sept.86 
31 Aug. 84 

8 Jan. 85 
29 May 84 

21 Dec. 81 

11 Sept.34 
31 Oct. 82 

8 June 81 
29 Sept.82 
19 Oct. 84 



8 May 92 
to Sept. 95 
15 June 85 

9 Mar. 93 
29 May 92 

1 Oct. 89 
11 Sept.92 

19 Nov. 89 

2 July 91 

ii May 90 
19 Oct. 92 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



19 Oct. 84 19 Oct. 92 



11 Feb. 75 19 July 82 

3 Nov. 72 13 Nov. 84 
27 Jan. 75 20 Jan. 86 



10 Jan. 72 17 

>3 Apr. 73 
8 May 73 

:2 Sept.72 



Dec. 81 

8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

12 Sept. 84 



25 July 94 16 June 97 



3 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 

30 June 81 

21 July 
21 Apr. 
12 Nov. 



80 



12 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 
11 Nov. 
26 Mar. 
26 Mar. 



8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 



24 May 93 

13 Nov. 92 

22 Feb. 93 

9 Oct. 89 

23 Apr. 93 
8 May 93 

6 Nov. 91 

8 July 99 

3 Aug. 93 

9 Aug. 93 
9 Aug. 93 



11 Jan. 93 

25 Apr. 93 

25 June 94 

6 Feb. 95 

8 July 94 
18 Aug. 93 

8 Feb. 96 

3 July 96 
21 Dec. 9G 

4 Jan. 97 
4 Jan. 97 
1 Apr. 97 

1 Apr. 57 
4 May 97 

2 July 97 

23 Sept. 97 

10 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 

1 Nov. 97 

28 Nov. 97 
30 Dec. 97 

9 Mar. 98 

8 May 98 
n May 98 
20 May 98 

20 May 98 

29 May 98 

8 Sept.98 

11 Sept.98 

14 Sept.98 

14 Sept.98 

28 Sept.98 
19 Oct. 98 

9 Oct. 98 

2 Nov. 98 

13 Nov. 98 
16 Nov. 98 

2 Mar. 99 

23 Apr. 99 
8 May 99 

21 May 99 



25 Apr. 00 



WHEN 
PLACED OW 
KALE PAT. 



8 Jan. 85 1 g Aug. 93 
8 Jan. 85 j 9 Aug. 93 

g June 84 19 Aug. 92 



1 July 87 
17 Apr. 85 
13 June 83 



Aug. 
i June 



16 
6 Nov. 92 



12 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 

20 Nov. 
74 26 Mar. 
74 26 Mar. 



8528 
85 28 
85128 
85 28 
35 28 
85 28 
8528 
83,16 
83'26 
8s'26 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



28 Nov. 81 

10 Mar. 02 

1 June 02 

11 Oct. 02 
14 Sept. 02 

2 Nov. 98 

10 July 01 
2 Mar. 03 

21 May 04 



8 July 99 8 July 99 



3 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 99 

2 Aug. 99 

1 Oct. 99 

15 Oct. 99 

>9 Nov. 99 

t2 Feb. 00 
;8 Feb. 00 
;8 Feb. 00 
28 Feb. 00 
:8 Feb. 00 
:8 Feb. 00 
28 Feb. 00 
18 Feb. 00 
[o Mar. 00 
Mar. 00 
Mar. 00 



26 



25 Oct. 03 
29 Nov. 99 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



41-7 



COBNET, 

2ndLiEUi. 

Or ENSIGN. 



} 



'.Col.-) 
stant > 



Stephen Frewen, Lt.Col. h.p. 16 Lancers, Deputy") 

Assistant Quarter Matter General, Bermuda j 

p.s.c. Fras. S. Inglefield, DSO. Lt. Col. East York '1 

Eegt / 

Juxon Henry Juxon-Jones, Zt.Col. Indian. Army ... 

Charles Herbert, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

William Charles Aslett, Zt.CV. Indian Army 

Arthur Adye, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Lionel Grafton Beckham, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

John de Courcy O'Grady.107 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. Con- \ 

naught Rangers S 

Achilles F. P. M. J. A. F. X. Samut, C3I3. 

Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept 

Chas. Herbert Philip Carter, CMG. Capt. R. Scots... 
Jenico Edward Preston, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Albert Dallas Enriqnez, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

p.s.c. Hastinga St. Leger Wood,"-* DSO. Lt.Col 

h.p. (from Major, Dorset Regt.) Deputy Assis' 

Adjutant General, Jersey) 

p.s.c. Hy. Newport Chas. Heath, Major, Yorkshire j 

Light Infantry i 

p.t.c Charles R. R.M'Grigor, CB. Lt.Col. King's! 

Royal Rifles j 

Alex. Weston Gordon, Major, Dublin Fusiliers ) 

(103 Foot) J 

p.s.c. Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston, DSO. Major, ) 

Royal Engineers ) 

Tom Evelyn O'Leary, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

p.s.c. George Elliott Benson, Major, Royal Artillery 
Arthur Nairn Lysaght," 8 £<. Col. h.p. (from Ma jor, "> 

Irish Regt.) Lt.Col. Bedfordshire Regt. 10 Oct. 04 j 
Thomas Lamb, Major, South Lancashire Regiment 
Frederick Clifton Briggs, Lt.Col. Devonshire Rest. 
Paul Rycaut S. Churchward, JA.Col. North LanO 

cashire Regiment (40 Foot) } 

Charles Douglas Learoyd, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Eustace Guinness, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Lloyd Marischal Turner, Lt.Col. Royal} 

Artillery $ 

Samuel Wellington Lane, Lt.Col. Royai Artillery... 
p.s.c. Philip John Ribton Crampton, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
George Mackintosh, Lt.Col. Seaforth Hidrs. (72 F.) 
Edw. S. Curwen Kennedy, Lt.Col.West India Regt. 
Edward Vyvyan Luke, CB. Major, Royal Marines 
Hill Godfrey Morgan, CB. DSO. Lt.Colonel Army ) 

Service Corps ) 

Frederick Archibald Adam, Major, Soutn Lanes. ) 

Regiment j 

Lord Edw. Herbert Cecil, DSO. Major, Gren. Gds. 
George Fratj. Wm. St. John, Major, R. Artillery ... 
Arthur Wigrnm Money, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
John G. Wolrige-Gordon, Major, A. & S. Highldrs. 
p.s.c. David Henderson, DSO. Major, Argyll and I 

Sutherland Highlanders / 

George Handeock Thesiger, Captain, Rifle Brigade 
Arthur Robert Austen, Major, Shropshire Light) 

Infantry (85 Foot) / 

Hon. Cecil Edw. Bingham, MVO.Major, 1 Life Gds 
Harold Maxwell Grenfell, Major, 3 Dragoon Gds... 
p.s.c. John Wyndham G. Dawkins, CB, Major, } 

Royal Artillery / 

3JC Edward Douglas Brown Synge Hutchinson, 1 

Major, 14 Hussars ) 

James A. Gordon Drumraond-Hay, Major, Cold- » 

stream Guards ) 

Arthur Binny Scott.D.SO. Major, Royal Artillery... 
John Edward Capper, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Clinton Grant Henshaw, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Cowie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Edward Coghill, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Herbert Montgomery Campbell, Major,R. Artillerj- 
Alexander William Roper, Major, Royal Engineers 
George Warren Biddulph, Major, Royal Artillery 
Frederic Charles Shaw, Major, Derbyshire Regt. ... 
Wm. Colquhoun Grant M'Grigor, Maior, Scots Gds. 
William Robert Stewart, Major, Royal Engineers 
Gilbert Sutherland M'Dowell Elliot, Major, R. Eng. 

Herbert Guthrie Smith, Maior, Royal Artillery 

Robert Davenport Vizard, Major, Manchester Regt. 
Stuart Peter Rolt, Subst. Col. from York & Lan- | 

Castor Regt. Inspector of Gymvasia, Aldershot... / 
Henry Broadmead, Major, Essex Regiment (44 F.) 
William Bernard Hickie, Major, Royal Fusiliers... 

p.s.c. Guy Percy Wyndham, Lt.Col. 16 Lancers 

Thomas Francis Bruce Renny-Tailyour, Major, > 

Royal Engineers j 

Tnrvillc D. Foster, MVO. Major, Army Service) 

Corps ) 

George Lewis Holdiworth, Major, 7 Hussars 



24 July 78 9 Jan. 80 

13 June 74 

10 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 

11 Sept. 76 



78 1 Sept. 80 

88.20 Aug. 90 
21 Sept.74 
14 Nov. 74 



13 Nov 

14 Nov 



30 June 84 2 July 92 29 Apr. 00 
10 JuneSslio Juneq4 lojuneoo 
3 June S513 June 94! 13 June 00 
_3 June S5 ! 13 June 94 13 June 00 
13 June 85 13 Jane 94 13 June 00 
13 June 85113 June 94 13 June 00 

13 Apr. 81 t2 Feb. 91 i July 00 13 May 03 



31 Oct. 77 30 Nov. 
22 Oct. 



13 Aug, 
1 May 



79 1 July ; 
7 8ji2 Mar. 

15 Feb. 

14 May 
19 May 



84 

80 

13 Aug. 79^29 Sept.80 
1 May 



. Jan. 



21 May 78 



14 Jan. 
30 Apr. 



78 20 June 
j 6 Oct. 

78 26 May 

t8 Dec. 

6 Apr. 

30 July 

30 July 
18 Feb. 
12 Feb. 

4 Nov. 

1 Feb. 

3 Dec. 

80 1 July 
87 t5 Mar. 



22 Jan. 79 



19 Mar 
22 Jan. 



19 May 

29 Apr. 

1 July 

5 Aug. 

90' 10 Feb. 

81 1 July 

9 Sept. 
17 Aug. 92 9 Aug. 

27 July 
7 Nov. 



23 Apr. 
22 Jan. 



CAPTAIN-. ; JIAJOB. 



5 May 86(27 Jan. 92 



I when 

i PLACED ON 
'] HALF PAT. 



1 Apr. 00 29 Sept.oo 




6 Feb. 

23 Feb. 

27 July 
23 Feb. 
23 Feb. 
23 Feb. 

25 June 

22 Feb. 

26 July 

28 Jan. 
S Dec. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
5 Feb. 
1 July 

30 Jan. 

1 July 

7 Feb. 

23 Aug. 

14 Feb. 

25 Aug. 

23 Aug. 



1 Apr. 92 

2r May 90 
2S July 88 

12 Feb. 36 20 

14 Nov. 85 j it 
24 Dec. 84! 18 
28 Aug. 85 14 

19 Mar. 89(24 
21 Sept.8718 
1 Dec. 87 [ 3 

1 Oct. 87,13 

1 Apr. 88 20 

8 May 8922 
19 July 93^2 
17 June 89! 3 

5 Dec. 89 1 

13 July 87 20 Apr. 



May 

Nov. 
Jan. 

Feb. 
Mar. 
May 

July 

July 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

Apr. 



96 29 Nov, 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 



00 29 Nov. 03 



11 May 98 12 

22 Oct. 88'i8 

1 Apr. 95 20 

21 Feb. 68 23 

26 Feb. 90' 16 

26 July 97,16 

6 Dec. 89 16 

26 Oct. 92 6 
6 Dec. 9S 7 

1 Apr. 89 31 



May 
May 

May 
July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 



29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 



•r, 

97 
97 

OS 
98 

98 

98 29 Nov. 

98 i 29 Nov. 
98:29 Nov. 
98 29 Now 
98 29 Nov. 

98 2a Nov. 

29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 



8 Aug. 83 28 Jan. 99 29 Nov. 00 



3 July 

31 July 
1 Nov. 
14 Sept, 

17 Dec. 

1 Oct. 
i3 Oct. 

2 July 
10 Mar. 

14 Aug. 
23 May 

15 Jan. 

16 Feb. 
io Jan. 
10 Apr. 

28 Apr. 

6 July 

18 Nov. 
10 Sept. 

13 Aug. 



95 1 Feb. 99129 Nov. 00 



39'7 
89! 1 
89 19 

89 iS 
8925 
89,14 

90 25 
QOj 9 

89 II 
96 II 
91, ' 
91! 6 
93 '3 
8917 

90 21 

87^3 
92,«7 
90 

91 



18 May 92 
6 Feb. 91 



Mar. 99 29 
Apr. 99J29 
Apr. 99 29 
May 99,29 
May 99 29 
June 95 29 
Sept. 99)29 
Oct. 99 29 
Oct. 99 29 
Dec. 99 29 
Jan. 00(29 
Jan. 00' 29 
Feb. 00129 
Feb. 00 29 

Feb. 00' 29 

Feb. 00 29 
Mar. 00)29 
Apr. 00)29 

Apr. 00 29 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 



i Apr. 00 29 Nov. 
r Apr. oo ! 29 Nov. 



48-53 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Henrj' Bathurst Vaugban, Major, Indian Amiy 
John Trelawny Sterling, Major, Coldstream Gd-=. 
Mainwaring George Jacson, Major, Devon Regi- 
ment 

Francis John De Gex, Major. West Riding Regt. 
Alfred Law Sinclair, DSO. Li. Col. Indian Army 

John William Parker, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Christopher G. F. Fagan, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
William St. John Richardson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Hy. J. Walker Jerome, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Arthur George Burn, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Edw. A. Moulton-Barrett, CMG. Lt.Col. Ordnance '/ 

Department ) 

Chas. Grant, 123 Lt. Col . h.p. Argyll & Sutherland) 

Highlanders ) 

Harold George De Pledge, Lt.Col. 19 Hussars 

Richard Godfrey Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry AllanB. Boulderson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
Edw. C. Mortimer Lushington, Lt.Colonel, Indian ') 

Army , ) 

p.s.c. John R. F. Sladen, Major, East Yorkshire! 

Regiment / 

TUt Charles John MelliES, Indian Army 

Ernest J. G. Boyce, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George P. M. Prichard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Herbert Lawson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Charles Reginald Phillips, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
George Augustus Williams, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Francis Wilson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Harland FitzLyddon Farrant, Lt.Col. Indian Aran 
Edw.C. I. Williams, DSO. Lt.Col. Worcester Regt. 

Edward Bell, Major, Worcester Regiment 

p.s.c. Archibald J. Chapman, Major, Royal Dublin } 

Fusiliers ) 

Eric John Eagles Swayne, Major, Indian Army ... 

John George Downing, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Raymond Crawford, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. 

Ernest Theodore Paul, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Henry de Beauvoir de Lisle, Major, 1 Dragoons 

Henry JIallaby Abud, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Walter Quentin, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Robert Arthur Browne, Captain, Border R. (55 F.) 
p.s.c. Chas.Delme-Radcliffe, 1 " M TO. Lt.Col. h.p. ( 

from Major Connaught Rangers i 

Charles MannoirSumner.Zf. Col. S.LancashireRegt. 

John Robert Sandwith, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Joseph Scott Gowrie Manera, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Michael Joseph Tighe, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Gordon Duff, Lt.Col. Black Watch 

Spring Robert Rice, Lt.Colonel, Royal Engineers... 

Coventry Williams, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoons 

p.s.c. Harry Chance, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Stanley Brenton Von Dunop, Major, Royal Art. ... 
p.s.c. Archibald Paris, Major, Royal Marine Art.... 
Sidney Seldon Long, Zf.Co2.Army Service Corps... 

John Philip Du Cane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis John Ryder, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

p.s.c. Wm. Arth. Murray Thompson, Major, Rojal } 

Artillery j 

Frederick Thwaites Lund, Major, 9 Lancers 

William Raine Marshall, 3io/o)-,Nottinghamshire "1 

and Derbyshire Regiment j 

Charles James Briggs, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Edward Stanislaus Bulfin, Major, Royal Welsh Fus. 
William Riddell Birdwood, Major, Indian Army ... 
Walter Dermott Holland, Major, Worcester Regt... 
p.s.c. James Aylmer Lowthrop Haldane, DSO. \ 

Major, Gordon Highlanders j 

Francis George Bond, CB. Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 

William Charles Pollard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

T.vrell 0. AV. Champion de Crespigny, 13 " Lt.Col. 

h.p. T5 Hussars, Staff Officer for Imp. Yeo. E. 

Command, and in charge of Records for Dragoon 

Guards and Lancers, with the rank of Colonel ..., 
p.s.c. Henry Hamilton Smythe, Lt. Col. Royal Scots \ 

Fusiliers(2i F.) ) 

Reginald Salmond Curtis, DSO. Major, Royal Eng. 
Atherton Edward Jenkins.Zf.CWoM?/, Rifle Brigade 
p.s.c. Charles Newcomen Watts, Lt.Col. Sherwood ) 

Foresters ) 

Hervey Sandby Mayhew, Major, Border Regiment 
Charles Tyrwhitt Dawkins, Lt.Col. Shropshire | 

Light Infantry ) 

Richard Charles ClementCox.Zf.CoZ. Inniekilling ~) 

Fusiliers (108 F.) ) 

Duncan Alwyn Macfarlane, DSO. Major, King's") 

Own Scottish Borderers j 

Percy John Caton Livingston, Jfiy'oi-.RoyalHghldrs. 
Arthur Bruce Dunsterville, Lt.Col. East Surrey! 

Regiment (31 F.) ) 



COBNET, 
21ld LIEUT. 
orENSIGJT. 

17 Apr. 80 
1 1 Aug. So 



LIBCT. CAPTAIN. 



Apr. g 1 
July q6 



11 Aug. 



14 Jan, 80 



23 Apr. 81 



4 Jan. 8c 



1 May 78 



14 Jan. 80 



4 May 8i'i7 
31 Jan. 86l 1 
I 

1 July 81! 1 

9 Sept.82'17 

2 Dec. 74 j 2 
11 Feb. 75] 1 1 
11 Feb. 75 11 
11 Feb. 75 j 11 
11 Sept.73 8 
10 Mar. 75J10 

1 July Si 13 Jan. 92 

9 Aug. 73114 Jan, 

2 Aug. 82 11 June 90 
13 June 86 
13 June 86 

2 7 June 86 



; LIEUT. 
COLON jiL, 



[7 Apr. 
to July 



00 29 
00 29 



Nov. 00 
Nov. 00 



Oct. 86 22 Nov. 00 29 Nov. 00 

Oct. 88 30 Nov. oo 1 1 Dec. 
Dec. 85 5 Dec. 94' 5 Dec. 
Feb. 86 11 Feb. 95 11 Feb. 01 
Feb. 86 11 Feb. 95' 11 Feb. 01 
Feb. 86 11 Feb. 95 n Feb. 01 
Jan. 85 1 Aug. 93 13 Feb. 01 
Mar. 85 10 Mar. 95 10 Mar. 01 



13 Jnne75 
13 June 75 

27 June?? 
81 



30 Jan. 
17 Aug. 



89 



1 July 79 



1 July 

9 Sept. 

17 Aug. 
9 Aug. 

12 Aug. 
to Sept 
10 Sept. 
10 Sept. 

1 Oct. 

1 July 
28 Apr. 

4 May 
10 Mar. 
20 Nov. 

18 June 
1 Jan. 

Mar. 
27 Jan. 

27 Jan. 
23 Aug. 

6 Feb. 

8 May 
2S Apr. 

May 
25 Aug. 

28 Apr. 

9 Oct. 

1 July 
30 July 
18 Feb. 

1 Sept. 
30 Jan. 

5 Feb. 
17 Sept. 

29 Apr. 
15 Feb. 

30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
12 Nov. 

9 May 
25 Nov. 
9 Sept. 

2 Feb. ; 
14 Aug. 

1 July 



6 Sept. 08 

Sept. 93 
17 Aug. '"_ 

9 Aug. 86 
12 Aug. 36 
10 Sept. 86 
.75J10 Sept.86 
7=; 10 Sept.86 
75! 1 Oct. 86 
81 1 Nov. 92 
86 13 June 92 

84I23 Aug. 92 

83 10 Mar. 94 
75I20 Nov. 86 
81 2 May 07 
76 1 Jan. 87 
83 j 1 Oct. 91 
76:27 Jan. 87 
76127 Jan. 87 
84J31 Mar. Q4 

841 12 Feb. 90 

79 3 Nov. S3 

76 28 Apr. 87 

76 22 May 87 

25 Aug. 94 

4 Dec. 85 

1 Apr. 88 
24 Nov. 86 

1 Oct. 87 
1 Apr. 88 

7 May 90 
23 May 90 

4 Mar. 93 
3 Apr. 95 



86 



1 Apr. 95 
11 May 92 

13 Jan. 93 

1 Mar. 93 
30 Jan. 95 

85 j 9 May 96 
10 June 92 

8 Apr. 92 

2 Feb. 87 

14 Aug. 87 



1 24 



1 May 78 17 July 80 

'28 July 83 

15 Jan. 79 [2 Mar. 81 

13 Aug. 79! 1 Jan. 81 

23 Oct. 80' 1 July 81 



Aug 



3 Jan. 86 



31 Dec. 91 
1 Mar. 88 



1 Apr. 96 1 1 Apr. 01 

2 Aug. 93' 13 Apr. 01 

5 June 01 6 Jane 01 
13 June 95 13 luneoi 

13 June 95 13 June 01 
27 June 95 27 June 01 

11 Oct. 99 3 July 01 

10 July 01 11 July 01 

21 May 94; 6 Aug. 01 
9 Aug. 95, 9 Aug. 01 

12 Aug. 95 12 Aug. 01 
10 Sept.95^10 Sept.oi 
10 Sept. 95 10 Sept.oi 
10 Sept.95110 Sept.oi 

1 Oct. 95I 1 Oct. 01 
16 Nov. 9S12 Oct. 01 
16 Oct. oi ! i 7 Oct. 01 

26 Oct. 01 27 Oct. 01 

I 

10 Ju'y 01; 18 Nov. 01 
20 Nov. 95:20 Nov. 01 
30 Nov. 96'30 Nov. oc 

1 Jan. 96! 1 Jan. 02 
1 Jan. 02] 2 Jan. 02 

27 Jan. 9* '27 Jan. 02 

27 Jan. 96127 Jan. 02 

28 Aug. 05 ' 29 Jan. 02 

8 Feb. 02: 9 Feb. 02 

7 Nov. 94 27 Mar. 02 

28 Apr. 96 28 Apr. 02 

22 May 96122 May o? 
4 Ost. 99(23 May G2 

3 Aug. 92^24 May 02 

9 May 96 26 June 02 
25 Apr. 97 j 26 June 02 
18 June 97126 June 02 

9 Oct. 97-26 June 02 
1 8 Aug. 98; 26 Jane 02 

1 Apr. 99 26 June 02 
i4 Feb. 00^6 June 02 

7 Apr. 00; 26 June 02 

29 June o ;26 June 02 

29 Nov. 00J26 Jane 02 

29 Nov 00 25 Jane 02 

29 Nov. 00 26 Juneo2 

29 Nov. 00^26 June 02 

29 Nov. 00! 26 June 02 

1 May 01 26 June 02 

23 July 02 24 July g£ 

29 Mar. 95 27 July 02 

14 Aug. 96 14 Aug. 02 

11 Mar. 96 17 Aug. 02 



WHBI 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



i July 95 

25 Mar. 96 
1 Sept.96 

4 June 85 21 Oct. 96 

15 May 89 20 Oct. 97 



1 May 78 1 1 July 81 13 Sept.86 23 Mar. 1 



21 June 79 



22 Jan. 79 



8 Dec. 80 7 May 87 13 Apr. 

6 May 82^11 Jan. 88 20 May 98^22 



10 Oct, 03 



o July 81 1 21 Apr. 87 24 May c 
14 Jan. 8o ! 28 Feb. 81' 19 Oct. 87 2 Nov. < 



i Aug. 02 

: Aug. 22 
: Aug. 02 

1 Aug. 02 

! Aug. 02 

> Aug. 02 

> Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



54 



COBXET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OTBNSIGN. 



William John Ohesshyre Butler, Zt.Coh $\ 

Dragoon Guards / 

Herbert Rhvs Llovd, Major, Roral Sussex Regt.... 
p.s.c. Hugh" Gregory Fitton, DSO. Zt.Col. West) 

Kent Regiment > 

p.s c. Robert Arundel Kerr Montgomery, DSO. j 

Major, Royal Artillery ) 

Godfrey Massy Vere Hunt, Lt.Col. Army Ser. Corps 
Thursby Hy. Ernest Dauncey, 1 *-' Lt. Colonel, h.p. ) 

6 Dragoons i 

George John Eliicombe, Major, Devonshire Regi- ) 

meat (it F.) ) 

Percy Henry Sice, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Son. Frederick Gordon, DSO. Major, Got-'i 

don Highlanders j 

Jonas Hamilton Du Boulay Travers, Ma/or, South ) 

Wales Borderers J 

Wm. Albert Willmott, Major, Northumberland 7 

Fusiliers j 

Robert Faushawe, DSO. Major, Oxford Light Inf.... 
Frederic Hamilton Chapman, Major, Duke of ) 

Cornwall's Light Infantry 5 

Harry Nicholl Byass, Major, York He Lancaster ) 

Regiment j 

Arthur George Glanville, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Sydney Taring Barlow Lawford, Major, Royal Fus. 

Edgar Askin Wiggin, Major, 13 Hussars 

George Henry Fowke, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.'.c. Henry Richmond Gale, Major, Royal Eng 

Herbert CJborne'Nanton, Captain, Roy. Engineers 
p.s.c. Geo. Micaulay Kirkpatrick, Captain, Roj al | 

Engineers J 

George White Lewis. Major, Worcestershire Regt. 
Henry Gerard H. Kennard, [Major, 5 Dragoon ) 

Guards i 

Henry Richard Wm. Lumsden,L/.CoMna,'un Army 

Albert Edmond Leslie, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Alfred Wyllie, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry Espiue Monck-Masen, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Gervaso Francis Newport Tinley,£f.Co/.Ind. Army 

Frederick Bernard Deane, Z/. Col. Indian Army 

Newdigate Addington Knightley Burne, Lt.Col. \ 

Indian Army $ 

George Bowring, J.t Col. Indian Army 

George Herbert Watson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Edward Hyde Gates, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Campbell Yate, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Granville Tatham, Lt. Colonel, R.MarineArt. 

Joseph Hume Balfour, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George William Maxwell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry Blossc Lynch, Lt.Col. Dorsetshire Regi- ) 

ment (54 F ) j 

George Pleydell-Bouverie, L:.Col. Coldstream Gds. 
Denis Carey, Lt.Col. East Lancashire Regiment j 

(30 Foot) j 

Thomas de la Haye Brotherton, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
Gerald Mackay Mackenzie, Lt.Colonel Royal ) 

Inniskilling Fusiliers ) 

p.s.c. Francis Gleadowe Stone, Lt.Col. Royal Eng... 

William Henry Lowry, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Wcnsly James Hodson Bond, CB. Indian Army ... 
p.s.c. Richard Boileau Gaisford, CMG. Lt.Col. R. 1 
Fas. (from Major, h.p. Royal Scots Fusiliers ... j 
Clement Alfred Rigby Browne, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
p.s.c: Chaa. Merowether Ducat, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Robert Dick, Major, Indian Army 

Alf. Woodrow Stanley Wingate, Major, Ind. Army 

Vere Bonamy Fane, Major, Indian Army 

Af ounl.ifnrt John Courtuay Longfleld, Major, 2 Life ' 

Guards j 

Francis Sudlow Garratt, DSO. CB. Lt.Col. from ) 
6 Dragoon Guards, Col. on Staff, M/tow, Kith rank r 

of Colonel J 

Frederick James Gavin,'" Lt.Col. h.p. Irish Regt.. 
Edward Charles Stanton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Charles Taylor Robinson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Herbert Alexander Chapman, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
John Wm, Babington Meade, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Frederick Rennell Thackeray, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Henry To wnsend Butcher, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Arthur Wildman Prior, Lt.Col. North Stanford- | 

shire Regiment / 

John Gerald Ponton, Lt.Col. Royal Suseex Regt. ... 
Thomas Hutchinson HaughtoD, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Ernest Inglis, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John H. Stewart Gibb, DSO. Lt.Col. Worcetter | 

Regiment (36 F.) / 

Charles Arthur Andrew Frederick, Lt.Col. Cold- > 
Etream Guard') ( 



5 Feb. 
7 Aug. 



7 June 79 



11 Oct. 



8 May 89 
1 July 81 
6 Feb. 84 

23 Feb. Si 



CAPTAIN. MAJOR. 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



28 Aug. 95 2 Nov. 98 22 Aug. 02 
31 Dec. 86 8 Nov. 98 22 Aug. 02 
10 May 93 16 Nov. 98 J22 Aug. 02 

1 July S9 1 Mar. 99^2 . 



22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 



20 Sept. 84 

1 July Si 

26 July Si 

1 July 81 



Aug. 02 

9 Sept.8o;2o June 85! 1 Ar)r. 99^2 Aug. 02 
26 Oct. 92; 2 Aug. 95 22 Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
Aug, 02 
Aug. 02 



1 July Si 



20 Sept. 86, 9 Oct. 99 22. 
1 Jan. 90 9 Oct. 9922. 
1 Nov. 90 22 Oct. 9922. 



25 Feb. 89 29 Nov. 99 22 Aug. 02 



25 Aug. S3 23 May 9217 Feb. 00 22 Aug. 02 
25 Aug. 83 15 Apr. 92 , 2 Sept. 00 22 Aug. 02 
6 Feb. 84 23 May 90; 8 Sept. co'22 Aug. 02 



7 Feb. 8 



16 Sept. 
7 Feb. 
29 Aug. 
15 Feb. 

29 Apr. 

30 June 

30 June 

29 Aug. 

8 Oct. 90 21 Oct. 

6 Sept 
10 Sept. 
10 Sept. 
10 SeDt 
10 Sept. 

10 Sept. 

11 Sept. 

11 Sept. 
11 Sept. 
11 Sept. 
22 Sept 

1 Oct. 

6 Oct. 
11 Oct. 



85 



24 Dec. 

2 Dec. 
j 3 Sepc. 
85) 12 Nov. 
84 19 July 
4 Apr. 
7 July 
12 Dec. 
2 Sept. 
9 Fob. 



85 



90 17 Oct. 

95 14 Nov. 

94 21 Nov. 
90 29 Nov. 
92 29 Nov. 
94 '29 Nov. 
94J29 Nov. 

94 29 Nov. 

9' 



13 Aug. 79 



1 May 



23 Oct. 



91 

76 6 Sept 
76 10 Sept 
7 6iio Sept. 
76J10 Sept. 
76! 10 Sept. 
76 10 Sept. 

1 Sept. 

1 Sept. 

1 Sept. 
.. , 1 Sept. 
56 22 Sept, 
74 1 Oct. 
76 6 Oct. 
76 11 Oct. 
76 22 Nov. 

5 Apr. 

79 1 3 Apr. 
76 14 Aug. 

1 Feb. 

76 20 Nov. 
76 20 May 
76 30 Nov. 

80 25 Aug. 86 



jisDec 

93:23 Aug 

87! 6 Sept. 
87 10 Sept. 
87 j 10 Sept. 
87'io Sept. 
87 j 10 Sept. 
8710 Sept, 

87 11 Sept. 

87 11 Sept, 
Sept 



79 



1 Apr. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 O.-t. 

12 Nov. 



78 21 July 



•79 

.81 1 July 81 



8/ 11 Sept 
871*2 Sept, 
8 5l 1 Oct. 
87 6 Oct. 
8 7i 11 Oct. 

84]28 Mar. 94 



CO: 22 Aug. 02 

OO 22 Aug. 02 
OC:22 Aug. 02 
00'22 Aug. 02 

0022 Aug. 02 

OO 22 Aug. 02 
COI22 Aug. 02 

OC/22 Aug. 02 

00,22 Aug. 02 

or 22 Aug. 02 

96I 6 Sept. 02 
96' 10 Sept 02 
96J10 Sept. 02 
gt 10 Sept.02 
961 10 Sept.02 
96 10 Sept.02 

95|n Sept.02 

,96! 11 Sept 02 
96 11 Sept.02 
96J 11 Sept.02 
.96122 Sept.02 

95 1 Oct. 02 

96 6 Oct. 02 
96 11 Oct. 02 

15 Oct. 02 



°° I 3 Apr. 

8 5 1 8 Mar. 

8 7| 2 July 

88 ' 2 6 Apr. 

84 1 6 May 
88(29 Nov. 
37 : 28 July 

13 Nov. 

89' 1 Oct. 
9 2 2* Jan. 
92,10 Julv 
9 2 , 10 July 
95i2 Nov. 



14 Mar. 88 , 2 J an . 



28 Oct. 
30 Oct. 02 

2 Nov. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

25 Nov. 02 
. . 29 Nov. 02 
90130 Nov. 02 

y6|I4 Dec. 02 

97 1 Jan. 

01 1 Jan. 03 

01 1 Jan. 

01 1 Jan. __, 

02 1 Jan. 03 

99,12 Jan. 03 



3 0;t. 87 3 Apr. 97 14 Jan. o; 



1 May 

24 Aug. 
12 Jan. 
11 Jan. 

25 Jan. 
6 Feb. 

22 Feb. 

14 Jan. 

2 Feb. 

11 Feb. 

12 Feb. 

1 Sept. 



84! s 
87I1: 
£6 Lc 



uu 25 
85 6 

85 !6 

8y 4 

9', 12 
88 „ 
88 , 2 

86 o 



Mar. 92 16 
Aug. 95 17 
May 95 19 
Sept.95 19 
Jan. 97 25 
Oct. 93 29 
Dec. 93 29 
Sept.92 

Mar. 00 
Feb. 97 
Feb. 97 

Dec. 96 



29 July 91 29 Sept. c 



Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 
Jan. 03 

6 Mar. 03 

2 Feb. 03 

11 Feb. 03 

12 Feb. 03 

2 Mar. o 
4 Mar. 03 



WHEN" 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT, 



2 July 04 



7 Sept. 04 



54^ 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COBKET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSTGN". 



Hugh Harrj-H. Aspinall, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Thomas William Powles, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Frederick Horniblow, Lt.Col. Army Serv. Corps ... 
Edward H. Seymour, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. ... 
Robert Black Fell, Lt.Col. Scottish Rides (=6 F.) ... 
William John Arnold Beatson, Lt.Colonel R. Art... 
Leonard Thales Pease, Lt.Col. Roy. Marine Art. ... 

Frederick White, DSO. Lt.Col. Roval Marines 

Frederick Manley Glubb, DSO. Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 

John Edmond Gough, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

George M. Davison, Lt Col. Durham Lt Inf.(io6 F.) 
Richard Makdougall Brisbane F. Kelly, Lt.C-jl.~) 

Royal Artillery 5 

Walter Charteris Ross.lSl CL>. Lt.Col. h.p. (from > 

Major, Durham Light Infantry) f 

Frederick Edmond Kent, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
j}.8.c. Ernest St. Clair Pemberton, Lt.Col. Royal) 

Engineers ) 

p.s.c. Henry David Laffan, Lt.Col. Roy. Engineers 
Archer Chve Bolton, Lt.Col. Northamptonshire! 

Regiment (58 Foot) / 

Louis Augustus Gordon, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Herbert Ringwood, Lt.Col. East Surrey Regt 

Richard Lionel Walter, Lt.Col. 7 Hussars 

Stanley Paterson, Lt.Col. Argyll and Sutherland j 

Highlanders j 

John Arthur Tanner, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Eng 

Kenneth Mackenzie Foss, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alfred Robert Mandeville Sankey, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Frank Romilly Reynolds, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Stanley George Drew Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Charles Henry Luttrell Fahie Wilson, Lt.Col. R. j 

Artillery I 

Charles Prideaux Triscott, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Edward Arthur Fanshawe, Lt. Col. Royal Art 

Felix D. F. MacCarthy, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Francis Clements Godley , Lt . Co I. Nottinghamshire "* 

and Derbyshire Regt. (95 F.) 5 

p.s.c. Fredk. St. Duthus Skinner. LtCol. R.SussexR. 
George Hay Mcntgomerie Conran, Lt.Col. East ) 

Yorkshire Regiment j 

Frederick Beauchamp Lecky, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 

Arthur Cadell Tait Boileau, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Richard Woodford Deane,Zr.Co/.Lancs.Fus.(20 F.) 

Walter Lambert, Zf.CW.Royal Artillery 

Reynell H. Bayley Taylor, Lt. Col. Army Ord. Dept. 
Frank Wm.MTier Bunny, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. 
Hugh Whitchurch Periy, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dopt. 

Alfred Orford , M ajar. Royal Marine Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Agar, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Stephen Francis Biddulph, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

E. Devon Cahd, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept 

Eden Vansittait, Lt.Col. India Army 

Frank Lewi9 Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur William Forbes, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Arthur Welman, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Charles Wm. Westbrooke Burton, Lt.Col. Indian A. 
John Maxwell Carpenda'.e, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Charles Forbes Blane, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Bell Watkins, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Borlase Stevens, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Cyril Field, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Douglas Meeres, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Arthur Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-Lee, Major, \ 

Royal Horse Guards / 

p.s.c. Albert E. W. Count Gleichen, I3i CMG.CVO. 

DSO. Lt.Col. h.p. (fromilfuy'or.Grenadier Gds.) 

JCnigkf of Grace of St.John of Jerusalem ; Extra 

Equerry to the King 

Rerinald Geo.M'Que'en M'Leod.DSO. Lt.Col. Roy. A. 
Arthur Beaumont Helyar, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Hy. Benjamin ISIaylor Adair, Major, R. Engineers 
Paul Treby Clark, Lt. CW.Oxfordshire Light Infantry 
Herbert Capel Cure, DSO. Lt.Col. Glouces. Regt. ... 
Louis Samuel Hyde Baker, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
George Charles Atkinson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
p.s.c. James Eales Caunter, 138 Lt.Col. h.p. (from | 

Major, Lanes. Fus.). 2nd in Comd; Soy. Mil, Coll. ) 
Ernest AlfredC. Gariand, DSO.Lt. Col. Highland L.I. 
Ralph Henry Carr-Ellison, 110 Lt.Col. h.p. (from") 

Major, 1 Dragoons) j 

Robert Geo. Iremonger, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Robert Burton Page, Lt.Col. Lancashire Fus.bo F.) 
Charles Emilius Cnrll. Lt. Col. South Wales Bords. 
Almond Page Westlake, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Wm. C. Henry Mackintosh, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Arthur H. Morris, CMG. DSO. Major, Royal j 

Irish Regiment / 

Maurice W. Palmer Block, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Arthur H. Clark-Kennedy, Lt.Colonel, Ind. Army 



Jan. 3c 
May 78 



12 May 9: 



22 Mar. 
14 Aug. 
[2 May 

1 July 

2 June 
19 June 

r Oct. 

1 Feb. 
25 Jan. 

6 Dec. 
13 June 



29 Sept. 77 



22 Feb. 79 



Jan. 80 
1 July 79 



23 Apr-. Si 



Aug. 79 
Jan. 80 



; Sept.77 
Jan. 81 



> Mar. 
: May 



30 Jan. 78 



14 Sept. 78 



!2 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
, .1 Dec. 
oi|i5 Feb 
80 13 Nov. 
77 [i Jan. 
75 4 Feb. 
79 26 Aug, 
77 25 Jan. 
93 5 Dec. 
75 14 Mar. 



14 Aug. 76 

16 July 8c 

14 Aug. 76 

25 Jan. 77 

19 June 77 

25 Aug. 80 

[4 June 77 
11 Sept. 76 
1 July 81 

1 July 81 

19 June 77 
14 June 77 
19 June 77 
19 June 77 
9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

14 Aug. 76 
31 Jan. 73 
19 June 77 

11 Sept. 78 
9 Aug. 82 

12 Feb. 76 

31 Jan. 78 

25 Jan. 77 
1 July 81 
6 Apr. 79 

?6 Feb. 8 

;9 Sept.? 

23 Feh. 8 
1 Sept 76 
9 Oct. 77 

14 Nov. 79 
t July 81 

10 Sept.77 

10 Sept.77 

11 Sept.77 
11 Sept.77 
11 Sept.77 
[i Sept. 77 
31 Jan. 78 
31 Jan. 78 
19 Sept.77 

1 Sept. 79 
9 Oct. 77 

18 July 85 



9« 



22 Mar. 

3 Jan. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 
18 Jan. 

1 Sept. 

10 Apr. 
6 Sept. 

12 Aug. 
29 Nov. 

11 Apr. 



13 Mar. 85 

5 Nov. 87 

25 Mar. 83 

25 Jan, 88 

Apr. 88 

22 Nov. 84 

14 June 88 
28 Nov. 83 

15 Dec. 86 

1 Feb. 86 

1 Apr. 

14 June 
1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 88 
20 Jan. 

20 Jan. 86 

15 Apr. 85 

17 Mar. 36 
1 Apr. 88 

4 Oct. 84 

23 Jan. 92 
1 Oct. 84 

24 Mar. 86 
13 Apr. 85 
19 Mar. 90 

21 Sept.87 
1 Aug. 88 

16 Nov. 86 
1 Oct. 89 
■.5 Mar. 86 
1 Apr. 88 

5 Sept. 88 
1 July 87 

10 Sept. 88 

10 Sept. 88 

11 Sept. 88 
11 Sept. 38 
11 Sept.83 
11 Sept. 88 

8 May 86 
8 May 86 
19 Sept. 88 
24 Nov. 88 
1 Apr. 88 

1 8 Apr. 94 



1 Oct. 81 21 



31 
3' 
9 

7- -. 

78 22 

23 

28 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
July 
Sept 
Oct. 
Oct. 

2 Feb. 

ti Nov. 

22 Nov. 

11 Nov. 

22 Oct. 

23 Jan. 

29 Nov. 

30 Nov. 
27 Jan, 

19 Aug. 

11 Nov. 



3 July 

7 July 
1 July 

28 July 
22 Sept. 
28 Oct. 

8 Oct. 

1 Aug. 

24 Jan. 

25 Nov. 

ti Nov. 
1 July 
5 Jan. 
g Nov. 

30 Nov. 

27 Apr. 

25 Apr. 
:i Nov. 



31 Jan. 94 

;i Oct. 96 
4 Mar. 94 
2 Aug. 95 
2 Aug. 95 
9 Sept.96 

4 June 97 
:i Apr. 94 

26 June 95 

23 July 94 

1 Oct. 95 

2 July 97 
22 Oct. 95 

5 Dec. 95 
7 Dec. 95 

7 Dec. 95 

27 June 94 

5 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 

1 Jan. 94 

28 Sept. 01 

tfi May 94 

1 Apr. 96 
14 July 94 
[3 July 98 

6 June 97 
26 Nov. 93 

1 Dec. 98 
5 May 99 

29 Aug. 96 
20 Apr. 96 

5 Sept. 97 
1 Apr. 00 
!o Sept. 97 
:o Sept. 97 
ii Sept. 97 
11 Sept. 97 
11 Sept. 97 
11 Sept. 97 
11 Apr. 96 

30 May 96 
5 Oct. 92 

24 Sept.96 
22 July 96 

7 Oct. 99 



J uly 96 

1 Aug. 96 
! Aug. 96 
5 Mar. 96 
I. Sept.95 



16 

28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 



I July 9; 
j Nov. 95 
; July 99 

i Nov. 97 
7 Oct. 99 
j June 93 
) Nov. 97 
3 Nov. 97 
5 Nov. 03 

5 Sept. 94 
3 July 90 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



HUES 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



22 Mar. 03 
31 Mar. 03, 

1 Apr. 03I 
1 Apr. 03! 

3 Apr. 03 

4 Apr. 03 
8 Apr. 03 

it Apr. 03 

16 Apr. 03I 

23 Apr. 03! 
26 Apr. 03! 

1 May c 3 | 

7 May 03 7 May 03 

.8 May 03 
22 May 03 
26 May 03 

2 June 03 

14 June 03 
2: June 03 

26 June 03 

27 June 03 

1 July 03 

2 July 03 
10 July 03 
14 July 03 
14 July 03 

14 July 03 j 

15 July 03 1 
29 July 03 

1 Aug. 03 

5 Aug. 03 
12 Aug. 03 
15 Aug. 03' 

17 Aug. 03 
:8 Aug. 03 

22 Aug. 03 
25 Aug. 03 
25 Aug. 03 
25 Aug. 03 

23 Aug. 03 
27 Aug. 03 

1 Sept. 03 
S Sept.03 

8 Sept.03 
10 Sept.03 

10 Sept .03 

11 Sept.03 
11 Sept.03 
11 Sept.03 

11 Sept.03 

12 Sept.03 
12 Sept.03 
19 Sept.03 

24 Sept.03 
4 Oct. 03 

7 Oct. 03 



Sept.92 23 Oct. 98 14 Oct. 03,14 Oct. o 



19 Oct. 031 

21 Oct. 03! 

22 Oct. 03 

23 Oct. 03 
25 Oct. 03! 
28 Oct. 03' 
28 Oct. 03I 

:8 Oct. 03^3 Oct. 03 
4 Nov. 03 



4 Nov. 03 

11 Nov. 03 
21 Nov. 03 
29 Nov. 03 

29 Nov. 03 

30 Nov. 03 

30 Nov. 03 

9 Dec. 03 
11 Dec. 03 



4 Nov. 03 



lieutenant Colonels. 



54* 



COBITET, 
2ndiIElTT 

orEirsi&if. 



25 Jan 
n May 78 12 Jan 
9 Oct 



11 May 78 



11 Sept.78 15 May 85 3 Jan. 95I1.S Dec. 

2g Nov. 76 q Mar. 86:14 Feb. 95 14 Dec. 
25 Jan. 77 12 May 35J15 June 85 15 Dec. 
14 Aug. 76 12 May 851 1 Jan 95 15 Dec, 



77 13 Aug. 85 
81 6 Oct. 86 
77 1 July 88 

19 June 77, 7 Nov. 85 
9 June 77 26 Nov. 85 

31 Jan. 78: 1 July 

5 Aug. 80 18 Mar. 85 

10 May 82 17 Jan. 90 
28 Jan. 32 1 Jan. 90 

6 Apr. 79,21 Sept.87 

1 Feb. 7923 Jan. 89 
25 Jan. 77 6 May 85 
22 Mar. 78 30 Jan. £9 



23 Jan, 78 

30 Jan. 78 

30 Jan. 78 13 Nov. 78 30 Jan. 



o Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 



Son. Henry Edward Maxwell, DSO. Lt.Colonel,) 

Royal Highlanders ) 

H.Wright, DSO. Lt.Col. Gordon tfighdrs. (92 F.) 
William Christian Anderson, Lt. Col. R. Artillery... 
John de Winton Lardner-Clarke, Lt. Col. Royal Art. 
Frederick James Grasme, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Francis M. H. Marshall, Lt.Col. W. Riding Regt.... 

William Yolland, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Martyn Slater, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Magrath Fogarty Feeen, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Alfred Montgomery Mantell, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. ... 

Frank Graham, Lt.Col. Suffolk Regiment 

p.t.c. Willoughby Garnons Gwatkin, Major, h.p. \ 

from Manchester Regiment 5 

p.t.c. Lionel Arthur Montagu Stopford, Lt.Col. ) 

from Trish Guards, Dep. Ajd. Staff 1 Colleqe ) 

p.t.c. William Ernest Fairtiolme, CMG. Lt. Col. ) 

Royal Artillery •. / 

Robert Eyre Sullivan Tavlor, X.'.CoZ. Indian Army 
Walter Clare Savile, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Everard Thuillier Gastrell, Lt. Col. Indian Army .. 
W.Wingfield Verner Pakenham, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Albert Edward Whistler, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Hugh O'Donnell, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

p.t.c. Ernest Hunter Rodwell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Rullion Hare Rattray, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Burridge Crawley, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Robert Arthur Cole, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Bnrnard Edwards, DSO. Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Nisbett Carr, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

William Fremantle Cahusac, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
p.t.c. Wm. Edwin Bunbury, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Philip Mainwaring Carnegy, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Charles Collingwood Townsend, Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Francis Bevill Read Toms, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Walter Adve,l'2 Lt.Col. h.p. from Major, Royal \ 

Irish Rifles ) 

p.t.c. John Sutton Edw. Western, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Paul Robert Burn-Murdoch, Lt.Col. Royal EngJ 31 Jan. 78! 1 July 88 

Robert Scott-Kerr, DSO. Lt. Col. Grenadier Guards'26 Mar. 79'"! July 81 16 Dec. 90 
Edward Algernon DA.Thomas, Lt.Col. Worcester j I ,, J 00 . „ ! „ . „, 

Regiment |,iiMar. 7 8 8 sept. 80 1 Sept.86 

Montague B.Gosset.Iackson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ■{ | 9 Oct. 77 6 Feb. 86 

John Davies, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 16 Feb. 7S21 Aug. 78; 16 Feb. 89 

Horatio James Evans, Lt.Col. Liverpool Regt 30 Jan. 78 25 Feb. 8o'i6 Jan. 84 

William Scott-Moncrieff, Lt.Col. Middlesex Regt. | 

(77 Foot) ) 

John Henry Abbot Anderson, Lt.Col. Man- 1 

Chester Regiment \ 

Arthur William Howard Tripp, Lt.Col. Liverpool ) 

Regiment j 



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30 July 97 
13 Aug. 96 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
13 Aug. 96 
10 Dec. 94 

7 Apr. 00 
5 Oct. 00 



15 Dec. 03 
18 Dec. 03 
21 Dec. 03 
31 Dec. 03 

4 Jan. 04 

5 Jan. 04 

6 Jan. 04 

6 Jan. 04 
6 Jan. 04 



19 Jan. 
23 Jan. 



Apr. 79130 Jan 

12 Apr. 79 30 Jan. 

13 Sept. 79 30 Jan. 
1 Jan. S0I30 Jan. 80 

29 Feb. 80 30 Jan. 89 

10 Mar. So! 30 Jan. 89 

11 Mar. 80 30 Jan. 89 
27 Mar. 8030 Jan. 89 

9 Sept. 80! 30 Jan. 89 

14 Sept. 8o'3o Jan. 89 
30 Jan. 78,28 Feb. 79 1 27 July 89 

9 Oct. 77 20 Jan. 86 

9 Oct. 77^26 Jan. 86 

30 Jan. 78 19 Oct. 78,14 Nov. 34 

12 Feb. 78112 Feb 



1 May 78 

11 May 78 

11 Aug. So! 1 July 81 
Edmund John Hollway, Lt.Col. Duke of Corn-) „ , , 

wall's Light Infantry J, n Sept.76 



to Mar. 8oj2i Dec. 85 

21 June 79J12 Oct. 87 

25 Nov. 88 



? May 86 
24 Mar. 83 



18 May 97 

23 Jan. 98 

29 Sept.94!28 Jan. 

30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 98I30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
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30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
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30 Jan. 98 30 Jan. 
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7 Dec. 9531 Jan. 
7 Dec. 95 31 Jan. 

2 Uar. 93! 6 Feb. 

T2 Feb. 98J12 Feb. 

3 Sept.96jM Feb. 

19 Sept.96;i4 Feb. 

2 Mar. 99 14 Feb. 

6 Feb. 90I15 Feb. 
16 Feb. 98 16 Feb. 

4 Feb. 95 17 Feb. 



; Infantry 

William Graydon Carter, Lt.Col. Essex Regt. (5b F.) ; [ioSept.75 

p.t.c. Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston, Lf.Col.\ 

h.p. from Major Middlesex Regiment ; Military I 14 Sept.78'u Mar. 3o ,21 Dec. 85 

Attachi at JBrv.Meh and The Hague ) 

Charles Curling Melvill, T^.CW.Manchester Regt. ~) . -,_ „ -„ T „ „„ 

(63 Foot) ... ! ....) '3Aug.79i 1 July 81 12 Nov. 83 

HenryWallaceEdgcombeGeorges.t/. Col. Ind.Army J26 Feb. 78 26 Feb. 89 

John Antill Moggridge, LI. Col. South Lancashire) a n„ t a o 

Regiment (82 F.) j-.13Aug.79l 4 Oct. 79I2, Apr. 87 



ii Dec. 95 
2 Sept. 97 
4 Feb. 99 

18 Oct. 93 

15 June 85 

10 June 96 



George Clavell Mansel, DSO. Lt. Colonel, Durham | ' 

Light Infantry f " Aa K- 8o 

Henry Gage Morris, Lt.Col. Duke of Cornwall's 1 ! T » 

Lignt Infantry } ,30 Jan. 78 

John Edward Harvey, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 

Theodore John Warrender Prendergast, Lt.Col. ~) 

Royal Engineers .1 

p.r.c. William George Hamilton, 1 * 4 JJSO. Lt.Col. ) Mo 

h.p. Norfolk Regiment Staff S\ " y n 

Godfrey Williams, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers 

Hon. Claude Hy. Comeraich Willoughby, Lt.Col.\ 

9 Lancers f 

Charles John Markham.if.CV. King's Royal Rifles 
George William Maunsell, Lt. Col. Vest Kent Regt. 11 May 78 
George Jocelyn Shaw, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army ... 
R ilph Anstrather Henderson, Lt.Colonel, h.p.") 

(from Ma jo,-, Manchester Regiment) ; Intpector > 13 Aug. 79 

of Military Prixon* ) 

Edward Tamer, Lt.Colonel, from Ma/or (District 1 

Officer), Royal Art; Beoruitivg Staff OJicerA 



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6 Oct. 

26 Feb. 98 

27 Mar. 97 

9 Aug. 99 



:7Feb. 



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17 Feb. 04 



19 Feb. 

23 Feb. 

24 Feb. 



24 Feb. 04 



1 July 3i ! 1 Apr. 

I 
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18 Dec. 78! 8 Sept.86130 Sept.96 

9 Oct. 77 4 Apr. 88 s Aug. 96 

23 June8o|i8 Apr. 85 17 Sept.95 
31 Jan. 78 10 July 88 16 Sept.99 



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14 Mar. 



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1 Apr. 78 



18 Jane 81 



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1 Apr. 89! 1 Apr 

2 July 88! 5 Apr. 99 



Woolwich District ) 

William Huskisson, Lt. Colonel . Royal Engineers... 
Thomas Ar. lrew Cregan, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Montagu Grant Wilkinson, l'- LI. Colonel, h.p.") 

(from Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers) ; > 

Commandant, School of Musketry, S. Africa ) 

Wm. Candler Neville, DSO. Lt.Col. Cheshire Regt. 5 Oct. 78' 17 Apr. 80 

Gerald D'Arragon Alexander, Lt. Col. h.p. R. Art.l 18 Dec. 78 

Fred. A. Christian Kreyer, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 1 May 78' 2 Oct. 78 



2 Sept.91 



31 Jar. 78 14 July 88 
31 Jan. 7 3ii8 July 83 



30 Jan. 78 17 Apr. 79J 1 Nov. 86 



10 Apr. 99 

25 Sept.96 
1 Oct. 96 

1 Jan. 98 



6 Sept. 85 21 Apr. 96 
1 Oct. 86 1 Oct. 96 
1 May 89: 1 May 98 



21 Mar. 
i Apr. 

1 Apr. 04 



1 Apr. 04 



4 Apr. 

5 Apr. 



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22 Apr. 
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Lieutenant Goloioeis. 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT 
OrENSIGN. 



i May 78 
1 May 78 

1 May 78 



David William Purdon, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army... 

Godfrey Beckett Hodgson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

■Colquhoun G. Roche Thackwell, DSO. Lt.Col. ) 

Indian Army ) 

Henry Samuel Price Davies, Lt.Col. Indian Army 1 Maj 78 

Mark Antony Tuite, Lt.Colone I, Indian Army 1 May 78 

William David Thomson, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 1 May 78 

James Harry Christie, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 1 May 78 

Philip James Melvill, -Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 1 ilay 78 

George Steuart Kerrich, Lt.Col. Indian Army 1 May 78 

John Gunning Hunter, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 1 May 78 

Henry Fras. Kelly Waldron, Lt.Col. Indian Army 1 May 78 

Lestock Hamilton Reid, Indian Army , 1 May 78 

Charles Fred. Gordon Young, Lt. Col. Indian Army 1 May 78 

Julian Henry Young, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ] 1 May 78 

Francis Patrick Hutchinson, Lt.Col. Indian Ariny' 1 May 78 

Alexander Hugh Dohbs, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army.j 1 May 78 

Philip J. Hanham Aplin,Z)/SO.£f.CWo»e7,Indian A.I 1 May 78 

Henry Templer, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 1 May 78 

Henry Thomas King, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 1 May 78 

George Stewart Ommannev, Lt. Col. Indian Army... 1 May 78 

Henry Parkin, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 1 May 78 

Herbeit Hugh Dobbie, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 1 May 78 

William Harrington Piers, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army, 1 May 78 

Irton Eardley-Wilmot, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army ... 1 May 78 

Douglas James Proby, Lt. Col. Irish Guards 14 Jan. 80 

Edward Druitt, Lt.Colonel, Royal Engineers 

Oliver Carleton Armstrong, DSO. Lt.Col. Iml.Army\ij May 78 

Fras. Bernard W.Richardson, Lt.Col. IndianArmyjn May 

Geo e Warder Mitchell, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 11 May 78 

David Silvanus Lewis, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 11 May 78 

Charles Le Gendre Justice, Lt.Col. Indian Army.... 11 May 78 

Ralph Champneys Broome, Lt.Col. Indian Army ...11 May 78 

Herbert James, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army '11 May 78 

Fras. Geo. Rodney Ostrehan, Lt.Col. Indian Armyu May 78 

Hugh Rose, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 11 May 

William Joseph Newell, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army.. .11 May 78 

Ernest James Medley, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 11 May 

Percy Maxwell Carnendale, Lt.Col. Indian Army... in May 78 
Herbert Sidney George Hall, Lt.Col. Indian Army 11 May 78 

Montague ErnestO'Donoghue, Lt.Col. Indian Armyin May 

Charles Patrick William Pirie, Z^.CW.Indian Armyin May 78 8 Dec. 80 n May 89 
Eraest Leonard Wright, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army.. .In May 78 12 May 81 n May 89 
Wm. R. H. Beresford-Ash, Lt.Col. R. Welsh Fus ... 6 Aug. 79 1 July 81 9 Dec. 85 

Edmund Bnllar Anderson, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 19 June 77 4 Jan. " 

Alfred Matthews, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 31 Jan. 78 21 July 86 

Harold Frank Chesney, Li. Colonel, 'Roy. Engineers 31 Jan. 78 19 Aug. " 

Henry John W alt Brownrigg, Lt. Col. Royal Eng 3 Jan. 78 16 Dec. 

Harry Lynch Talbot,3/a/or,Royal Marine Artillery 1 Sept.76 15 June 86 

Silney Vernon Thornton, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 18 Dec. 78 29 Oct. 86 

Wm. Hall Macintosh Stewart, Lt.Col. Indian Army 25 May 78 n Mar. 81 25 May 89 
Gaston Bouverie Unwin, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army. ..125 May 78 19 Apr. 81 25 May 89 
Charles Edward Johnson, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army) 22 Jan. 81 1 July 81 22 Jan. 9 
Harry Benn Borralaile, DSO. Zr.CoZ. Indian Army 14 Jan. So 16 Apr. 8: 14 Jan. 91 
Donald Chas. Fred. Macintyre, Lt.Col. Indian Armyl 13 Aug. 79 1 July 81 J3 Aug. 90 
Ernest W.S. King Maconchy,DSO.Z#.CW.Iiid. Army .. ... 28 Jan. 82 28 Jan. 93 

Geo. Fred. Horace Dillor, CB. Lt.Col. Indian Army 29 July 82 29 July 93 

George Ralph Collier Wesu-opp, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 14 Sept. 78 26 Nov. 79 14 Sept.89 
Alexander Clement O'Donnell, Lt.Col. IndianArmy 5 Oct. 78 1 July 81 5 Oct. 89 

Robert Southey, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 14 Jan. 80 1 July 81 14 Jan. 91 

George Henry John Moore, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 22 Jan. 79 3 Mar. 80 22 Jan. 90 
Walter Ernest Phillips, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 22 Jan. 79 14 July 80I22 Jan. 90 
Nowell Sherston Swanson, Lt.Col. IndianArmy ... 22 Jan. 79 13 Sept. 80I22 Jan. 90 

Piers Richard Legh,Z<. Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 79 2 Oct. 80(22 Jan. 90 

Charles Irwin Fry, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 79 1 Dec. 80 22 Jan. 90 

Frank Herbert Hancock, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 79 
Ralph Woodchurch Sherard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 22 Jan. 79 
Henry Arthur Merewether, Lt .Col. Indian Army ...] 7 June 79 



1 Nov. 78 
13 Nov. 78 
29 Jan. 79 

29 Jan. 79 

2 Mar. 79 
5 Mar. 79 

15 Mar. 79 
19 Apr. 79 

19 Sept. 79 
24 Sept. 79 
17 Nov. 79 

7 Jan. 80 
7 Jan, 
7 Mar. 80 
1 Apr. 80 

20 May 80 

22 May 80 
20 J uly 80 

16 Aug. 80 
4 Sept.8o 

1 6 Oct " 
1 Dec. 80 
1 Jan. 81 

30 Apr. 81 
1 July 81 

31 Jan. 78 

23 Apr. 79 

17 May 79 
1 Jan 
6 Mar. 80 

13 Mar. 80 

3 Apr. " 

Apr 



1 May 89 
1 May 89 

1 May 89 

1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May " 

I May 
1 May 
1 May 80 
1 May 
1 May 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 89 
1 May 8a 
1 May 89 
1 Jan. 9 
1 Aug. 8 

II May 89 
n May 89 
11 May 
11 May 
i] May 89 
11 May 89 
n May " 

1 May 80] 1 1 May 

2 May So 11 May 
5 May 80111 May 

28Mav 80 11 May 
30 May 80 11 May 
14 Sept. 80 11 May 89 
29 Sept. 80 11 May " 



1 May 98 
1 May 98 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL 



1 WEEK 
|PLACEDON 
!HAL* PAT. 



i Jan. 81 
1 July 81 
4 Feb. 81 
=9 Apr, 



22 Jan. 90 

22 Jan. 90 

7 June 90 

21 Jane 90 



David George Levinge Shaw, Lt.Col. Indian Army 2: June 79 
George Patrick Ranken, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army.. .113 Aug. 79I26 May 80I13 Au 
Wm. Annesley Burton Dennys, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 13 Aug. 79I14 July S0I13 Aug. 90 
William Hugh Dobbie, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ...13 Aug. 79 4 Sept. 80 13 Aug. 90 
Thomas Hall Plumer, Lt.Col. Indian Army 13 Aug. 79L5 Oct. 80 13 Aug. 90 



Edward Alexander Kettlewell, Lt.Col. IndianArmy 13 Aug. 79 
Reginald Hough Light, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 13 Aug. 79 

Willoughby Thuillier, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

George Francis Rowcroft, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 13 Aug. 79 
Mark Ancrum Kerr, CB. Lt.Colonel, Indian Army, 13 Aug. 79 

Anthony Beale, Lt.Colonel, IndianArmy J13 Aug. 79 

Henry George Sutton, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 13 Aug. 79 

George Sapte Hogge, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 14 Jan. 80 

p.s.c. Herbert Ralph Brander, CB. Lt.Col. Indian A. 14 Jan. 8c 
Robert Theodore Crowther, Lt. Col. IndianArmy ... 14 Jan. 80 
James William Cowley, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ...14 Jan. 80 
Arthur Edward Aitken, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army. ..'14 Jan, 
Willoughby Brooking Mullins, Lt.Col. Ind. Arnry.. 14 Jan, 
Herbert Vaughan Cox, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ...14 Jan. 80 
Frederick Gardner Bradley, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 31 Jan. 80 

Richard Wapshare, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army j 

Mansel Travers Shewen, Lt.Golo.iel, Indian Army 

Charles Arnulph S. Montgomery, Lt. Col. Ind. Arrny^s Feb. 8o 



Dec. 

8 Feb. Si 
18 June 81 

1 July 81 
1 July 81 

1 July 81 
i July 81 

26 Sept. 80 

2 Oct. 8c 
1 July Si 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

23 Aug. 8^ 
1 Feb. 80 
1 Feb. 80 

9 June 81 



13 Aue. 90 
1 3 Aug. 90 
13 Aug. 90 
13 Aug. 90 
1 3 Aug. 9c 
13 Aug 

13 Aug 

14 Jan. 
14 Jan. 
14 Jan, 
14 Jan. 
14 Jan, 
14 Jan. 
14 jau. 91 
31 Jan. 91 

1 Feb. 91 

1 Feb. 91 

25 Feb. 91 



1 May 98 
1 May 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 

I May . " 
1 May 98 

I May 98 
1 May 98 

I May 98 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 

I May 98 
1 May 98 

I May 98 
1 May 
1 May 98 
1 May 98 

I May 98 

20 July 98 
1 Oct. 96 

II May 98 
11 May 98 
11 May 
11 May 

II May 98 
11 May 98 
11 May 98 

II May 98 
11 May 98 

I I May 

II May 98 
ti May 98 
n May 98 
11 Mav 98 
n May 98 

II May 98 

24 Mar. 97 

3 June 95 
1 Aug. 96 
1 Oct. 96 

4 Oct. 9'' 

21 May 97 
30 "Nov. 96 

25 May 98 
25 May 98 
14 Nov. 94 
10 July 95 
20 May 98 
20 May 98 

20 May 98 
14 Sept.98 

5 Oct 
5 Oct, 

22 Jan. 99 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 99 
22 Jan 

Jan. 99 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 99 
7 June 99 

21 June 99 
13 Aug. 99 
1 3 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
1 3 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
1 3 Aug. 99 



1 May 04 
1 May 04 

1 May 04 

1 May 04 
1 May 04 

I May 04 
1 May 04 
1 May 04 

I May 04 
1 May 04 
1 May 04 

I May 04 
t May 04 
1 May 04 , 
1 May 04 1 
1 May 04 

I May 04I 
1 May 04, 
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1 May 04 
t May 04 
1 May 04 

1 May 04 

2 May 04 
4 May 04 

II May 04 
11 May 04 

II May 04 
11 May 04 
n May 04 
11 May 04 
11 May 04 

II May 04 
11 May 04: 
11 May 04 
11 May 04; 

II May 04 
11 May 04 
11 May 04; 
11 May 04 j 

11 May 04 

12 May 04 
18 May 04 l 
18 May 04 
18 May 04 
21 May 04 
21 May 64 
2r May 04 
25 May 04 

5 May 04 1 
t June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 Juneo4 ! 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
i June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
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14 Jan. 00 i June 04 



14 Jan. 00 
14 Jan. 00 
14 Jan. 00 
14 Jan. 00 
14 Jan. 00 

14 Jan. 00 
31 Jan. 00 

1 Feb. 00 
23 Feb. 00 

15 Feb. 00 



1 June 04; 
1 June 04! 
1 June 041 
1 June 04! 
1 Juneo4J 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 1 
1 Juueo^i 
1 June 04! 
1 June 04 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



54d 



CORNET, 

2nd liect. 

OTENSISN. 



Wilfred Hale Lewin, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

George Rippon, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

John Jackson, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Alexander Hamilton, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Clarence Herbert Macdonald, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Knightley Poyntz Burne, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 
p.«.c. Henry Torrens Kenny, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Turenne Jermyn, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Root. Maximilian Rainey- Robinson, Lt.Col. Ind. A. 
Augustus Anderson J. Johnstone, Lt.Col. Ind. A. 
Gordon Napier Caulfeild, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Leslie Charles Fryer, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

George Harvey Turner, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Philip Desborough Harris, Lt. Col. Ind. Army 

Henry Gerard Burton, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Percy Holland, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Root. Chas. Ochiltree Stuart, Lt.Col. h.p. from") 

Major, Royal Artillery S 

Charles L. N. Bishop, Major, Royal Marine Art. 

John Hewett jellett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Lawrence Caulfleld H. Stafford, Lt.Col. RE. 
p.s e. Henry Dowrish Drake, Major, Roy. Mar. Art. 
Robert Cotton Money, Lt.Col. Yorkshire Light Inf. 
Frederick GeorgeKappey.Miyor, Royal Marine Art. 
Francis James Anderson, Lt.Colonel, Royal Eng,... 
Henry Southey Scholes, Lt.Colonel, York and ) 

Lancaster Regiment 1 

Robert H. Gage Heygate, DSO. Lt. Col. Border R. 
Edgar Evelyn Ravenhlll.DSO.Zf.CW. East Kent R. 

Herbert Mercer, Lt.Colonel, 3 Dragoon Guards 

Edmund Arthur Herbert, MVO. Lt. Col.6 Dragoons 
Leonard Arthur Arkwright, Lt.Colonel, Royal Eng. 
Hugh Neufville Taylor, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Frederick Falkiner Minchin, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 

George Wright, Lt.Colonel, Royal Artillery 

William Oliver Matless Mosse, Lt. Col. Indian Army 
Herbert Kendall Jackson, DSO. Lt.Colonel, R. Art. 

Richard Leigh, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Jas. Foster Riddell, Lt.Col. Northumberland Fus.. 
Francis Vaughan Whittall, Lt.Col, Indian Army ... 

John Swinton Melville, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Geo. Willoughby Smith Fryer, Li. Col. Indian Arm .y 
Granville Henry Loch, CLE. Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
John Charles Basil Eastv.ood, Lt.Col. 12 Lancers... 
Leslie Chas. Hamilton Stainforth, Lt.Col. [nd. Amy 
William Ken' M'Clintock, Lt.Colonel, Berkshire R. 
Reginald George Hutton Hughes, Lt.Colonel, [ 

Oxford Light Infantry ) 

p.s.c. Henry Ernest Stanton, DSO. Major Royal Art. 
yji. Paul Aloysius Kenna, DSO. Manor, 21 Lancers 
Ronald George Brooke, DSO. Major, n Hussars ... 
Sydney C. Fishburn Jackson, DSO. .Ma/or.Hants R. 
F(I William George Walker, Major, Indian Army.. . 
Geo. Henry Poyntz Burne, Lt. Col. Leicestershire R- 
Alfred Ernest Stuart Searle, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
Frank Herbert Horniblow, Lt.Colonel, Royal Eng. 
Gerald Robert Clark Paul, CMG. Major, Army S.C. 
Alex. Hepburne Barrington Cavaye, 100 Major,~\ 

h p. from King's Own Scottish Borderers, >• 

Asst. Mil. Sec. to Sir O. Tucker ) 

Walter Way Baker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. William Henry Rycroft, Lt. Col. 11 Hussars ... 
Frederic Henry John Birch, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Bruce Bremner Russell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Francis William John Caulfeild, Lt. CoUndianArmy 

Claud William Jacob, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

A. Wilberforce Leonard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Wm. Harry Derville Rich, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Augustus Ivatt, Lt. Col. Lincolnshire Regt. 

Harry John Bremner, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Sydenham Campbell-UrquhartSmitb.Zf.CW.R.Art. 

Dudley Acland Mills, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

John Southwell Brown, Lt.Colonel, Royal Irish) 

Rifles (83 Foot) / 

Richard Ernest Hill, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps... 
p.s.c. Wm. Persse Blood, Lt.Col. h.p. from Irish ) 

Fusiliers; Dep. Assist. Qr.M. Gen. War Office f 
Harold Daniel E. Parsons, CMG. Lt.Col. Army 1 

Ordnance Department j 

■Gilbert Boys Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Sir Edouard P. C. Girouard, KCMG. DSO. Capt. R.E. 
William G. L. Beynon, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 
Richard Woodfleld Fuller, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Herbert Auguptus Iggulden, Major, Sherwood F. 
p.s.c. Henry Gray Burrowes, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 

Edgar Forbes Nelson, TJ. Col. Royal Artillery 

Arthur Nicholls, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Sidney Gerald Burrard, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
•Charles William Robt. St. John, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
Walter Henry Duffin, Lt.Colonel, R. Lancaster R. 



11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 



23 Oct.' 
23 Oct. 



22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 

22 Jan. 

23 Apr. 
:3 Apr. 



29 Mar. 8 1 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

1 Sept. 80 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

22 Oct 81 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

i July 81 

1 July 81 

22 Oct. 81 

22 Oct. 81 

22 Oct. 81 

19 May 80 



23 Apr. 



8 Dec. 77 
1 May 
3 July 



23 Oct. 80 



11 Aug. 
22 Jan. 
11 Aug. 
21 Aug, 
21 Aug, 



80 



78 



22 Jan. 

=3 Aug 



•79 



22 Jan. 
13 Aug. 



•3 Aug. 
14 Jan. 



5 Oct. 
1 May 
13 Aug. 



i May 
!2 Jan. 



78 



28 July 
5 Feb. 



22 Jan. 



- Sept. 
iS Dec. 
31 Jan. 
19 Sept. 

July 

- Sept. 
31 Jan. 

1 Mar. 7 

78 19 Sept. 8 

79 1 July r 

30 Jan. 
10 Nov. 

31 Jan. 
:8 Jan. 
6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
1 July 

1 3 Dec. 

18 Dec. 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 

31 Mar. 

26 May 

25 Aug. 
1 July 
:8 July 

9 Sept, 
^6 July 
!5 Aug. 
13 Oct. 

9 Sept, 
:g Aug. 

5 Oct. 

8 June 

8 Dec. 
!2 Oct. 



11 Aug, 
11 Aug, 
11 Aug, 
11 Aug, 
1 Sept 
23 Oct. 
23 Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 
22 Jan. 

22 Jan. 

23 Apr. 
23 Apr. 
22 Oct. 
22 Oct. 
22 Oct. 

1 Aug. 



31 May 77 



8 Dec. 
1 July 

21 Jan. 
18 Dec. 

1 July 

9 Sept. 
10 Mar. 

5 Aug. 
1 Feb. 

25 May 

6 Apr. 
18 Dec. 
12 Apr. 
12 May 

1 July 

to May 

6 Apr. 
>8 July 
1 Dec. 

27 July 

28 Jan. 
6 Apr. 

18 Dec. 

22 Oct. 
6 Apr. 
9 Oct. 

79 27 Dec. 



: June 86 

: Oct. 86 

; Dec. 88 

Dec. 86 

July 87 

Dec. 86 

Dec. 88 

Feb. 86 

! Mar. 86 
July 87 
Apr. 90 
Sept.97 
! Dec. 88 
! Jan. 93 
June 87 
; Aug. 87 
; Oct. 91 
)Oct. 85 
: Jan. 89 
! Nov. 89 
: Jan. 92 
: Aug. 9 
: Aug. 81 
t Aug. 81 
> June 8< 
2 Jan. g 
5 Jan. 86 

1 Feb. 92 

[ Jan. 90 
! June 95 
i July 96 
i July 90 
) Aug. 96 
) Jan 
! Aug. 90 
I Feb. Sg 
: Apr. 89 



: 1 Aug. 00 
: 1 Aug. 00 
1 Aug. 00 

1 Aug. 00 
:i Sept. 00 
13 Oct. oc 
:3 Oct. 00 
9 Nov. 00 

2 Jan. 01 
2 Jan. 01 

2 Jan. 01 

3 Apr. 01 
23 Apr. 01 

3 July 01 
_3 July 01 
29 Nov. 00 

j Feb. 98 

14 June 97 
12 Oct. 96 
7 Oct. 96 
2 June97 
12 Dec. 99 
16 June 97 
19 Oct. 96 



1 Apr. 86 

3 Mar. 89 
ti Apr. 88 
24 Mar. 86 

8 Mar. 89 

14 Jan. 91 

9 Sept. 93 
10 Mar. 94 

5 Oct. 89 
13 May 85 
13 Aug. 90 
29 June 87 

1 Apr. 89 

15 Apr. 85 

i2 May 89 
Apr. 



12 Apr. 

29 Aug. 

28 July 

5 Feb. 

14 Jan. 

May 

Apr. 

Dec. 

22 Oct. 

1 July 

1 July 

1 Feb. 



July 

26 Aug. 
23 Mar. 
3 Apr. 

5 Mar. 

6 Nov. 
:o July 

20 Jan. 
5 Feb. 
•3 Oct. 
1 Nov. 

31 Dec. 

10 Jan . 
22 Jan. 

11 Aug. 

21 Aug. 

21 Aug. 
n May 

22 Jan. 
26 Nov. 

July 
Mav 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Jung 



6 Feb. 



31 Dec. 96 
iq Aug. 96 

28 Aug. 95 
i8 Jan. 97 

14 Jan. 00 
10 July 01 

o July 01 

5 Oct. 98 

6 Oct. 97 
13 Aug. 99 

15 Feb. 97 
27 June 97 

4 June 94 

2 Feb. 98 

20 May 98 

29 Sept. 98 

!4 Feb. 97 
29 July 99 
May 98 
-., Sept. 98 
it June "" 
31 Aug. 

4 Dec. 
jo July 
15 Feb. 

T2 Allg. 

26 June 



97 



LIBUT. 

COLO.VKL 



1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 Juneoi 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 
1 June 04 

3 June 04 

4 Jane 04 

8 June 04 

9 June 04 

12 June 04 

4 June 04 
t6 June 04 
:i June 04 

1 July 04 

1 July 04 

1 July 04 

2 July 04 

2 July 04 
7 July 04 

July 04 

1 3 July 04 

3 July 04 
29 July 04 

5 Aug. 04 

6 Aug. 04 
15 Aug. 04 
15 Aug. 04 

19 Aug. 04 
21 Aug. 04 

21 Aug. 04 

22 Aug. 04 

24 Aug. 04 
29 Aug. 04 

2 Sept. 04 

7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 

10 Sept. 04 
17 Sept. 04 

20 Sept. 04 

20 Sept, 04 

21 Sept. 04 

25 Sept.04 
29 Sept.04 

t Oct. 04 

1 Oct. 04 
1 Oct. 04 

1 Oct. 04 

2 Oct. 04 

5 Oct. 04 

6 Oct. 04 
10 Oct. 04 

14 Oct. 04 
Oct. 04 

28 Oct. 04 

28 Oct. 04 

31 Oct. 04 



2 Nov. 

7 Nov* 
7 Nov. 

10 Nov. 

io Nov. 

:o Nov. 

j 5 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
7 Dec. 

jo Dec. 

3 Dec. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
Hi LP PAT. 



54^ 



Lieutenant Colonels, 



Henry Somerset King, Lf.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Edmund Artta. Ponsonby Hobday, Lt.CoI. Boy. Art. 
Spencer W. Scrase-Dickins, Lt. Col. Highland L. I. 

Harry Gordon Cotterill, Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Charles Vernon Hume, DSO. Zt.Col. Roy.Art 

Benjamin Win. Marlow, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Francis Russell Parkinson, Lt.Col. Welsh Regi-\ 

ment (41 P.) / 

p.s.c. Lewis Munro, Lt.Col. Hampshire Regt. (67 P.) 

Godfrey Massy, Lt.Col. Norfolk Regiment 

Walter Sinclair Delamain, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Charles Style Kincaid, Lt.Col. Irish Fusiliers 

Charles Massy Mathew, DSO. Lt.Col. ArmyOrd-) 

nance Department ) 

John Henry Hale, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. .. 
Percy Henry Enthoven, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 
Frederick Vaughan Jeffreys, Lt.Col. Royal Engrs. 
Charles Henry Kennedy, Major, Royal Marines 
Horace Sydney Nelson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Frederick.Macdonald Close, Lt .Col. Boyal Artillery 
Norman Stuart Ogilvie, Lt.Col. from Royal Art.... 
Arnold Hy. Grant Kemball, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 
Samuel Garnett Radcliffe, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
George Richard Tyrell Rundle, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

John Penrice Langley, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Lionel Forde, Lt.Col'. Royal Artillery 

John Lampen, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alex. L. Lindesay, Lt.Cot. Indian Army 

Charles Davis Guinness, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Alex. Stewart Orr, DSO. Lt.Col. Irish Regt. (18 F.) 

George Arthur Gott, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Charles H. Uvedale Price, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 
Adam Scott-Elliot, Lt.Col. Cameron Highldrs.fyoF). 
Francis Blayney Lucas Woodwright, Lt.Col. \ 

4 Dragoon Guards / 

Thomas Kelly Evans Johnston, Lt.Col. Royal Art 
Charles Hutton Dawson, K.-i- HGM. Lt.Col. \ 

Indian Army i 

James M. Stewart, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Heurv Vero Biggs, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Walter Russell, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Roger Cromptr.n-Roberts, 153 DSO. Lt.Col. j 

h.p Grenadier Guards > 

Folliott Churchill, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Edward Hanmett, Lt.Col. A. S. Corps 

p.s.c. Rowan H. Lee Warner, Lt.Col. Ar. Ser. Cps. 
Percy E. F. Hobbs, CMG. Lt.Col. Army Ser. Ops. 
Francis Macnamara Aitken, Lt.Col. R. G. Regt. ... 
Robert Franklin Allen, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 

James Dallas, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Douglas Gordon Prinsep, , Lt.Col. Royal. Artillery 
p.s.c. Reginald J. Penney, Lt. Col. Royal Fusiliers 
H. S. M'C. Stanuell, 155 Lt. Col. h.p. fin. Scots Fus. 
Andrew Mitchell Stuart, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
William Yorke Foster, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

John Henry Balguy, Lf.Col. Royal Artillery 

Reginald Hoare, Lt.Col. 4 Hussars 

G.Walter Wrey Saville, i>SO. Lt.Col. Indian Regt 
Edmund M. Burtou, Lt.Col. Royal Enginerrs ... 
Francis C. K. Hunter, Lt.Col. South Wales Bordrs. 
Chas. Wm. Frederick Blyth, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Heniy Lawrence Gardiner, Lt. Col. Royal Art.;} 

Commdr. Coast Defence, with rank of Colonel ... ) 
William Weallens, Lt. Col. Northampton Regiment 

Edward Pole Brittan, Lf.Col. R.M.A 

Charles Hall, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept 

Frederic Lewis Nathan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Ernest W. N. Peddar, Lt.Col. 33 Hussars 

Wilfred H. Cummings, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 
Leonard Shadwell Blackden, Lt.Col. West Ind. Rt 
Henry Aug. Anley, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept... 
Bryce Stewart, DSO. Lt.Col. Munster Fusiliers .. 
George Arthur French, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Arthur Vincent Hatch, Lt.Co'. Indian Army 

Frederick Hume Oldfield, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Robert SmeltonMaclagan, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Hugh Huleatt, L' .Col. Royal Engineers 

Alexander Grant, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Mossom Archibald Boyd, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers... 
Charles Pears Fendall, DSO. U.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Frank Seymour Derham, Lt.Col. East Lane. Regt. 
James Henry Gideon, Lt. Col. Lancashire Fusiliers 
Alexander Hugh Gowie, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers . 
Osbert Montague Roche Thackwell, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Thomas Townley Macan, Lt.Col. Scottish Rifles ... 
p.s.c. Edward Thornton Taylor, Lt.Col. h.p. from > 

Cheshire Regiment ) 

John Lewes, Lf.Col. Royal Artillery 

Harry N. M. Thoyts, Lt.Col. 8 Hussars 

Chas. Edward Baddeley, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

John Page Wood, Lt.Col. Border Regiment 

Charles Dickson King, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 



31 Oct. 77 
14 Jan. 80 



3 Nov. 78 



11 Aug. 80 
19 Feb. 8 



13 Aug. 79 



23 Oct. 80 



23 Oct. 80 



9 July 79 



?2 Feb. 79 



6 Aug. 79 
2 July 79 



1 May 78 
13 Aug. 79 



6 Aug. 79 



14 Jan. 80 



11 May 78 



23 Oct. 80 



'3 Aug 



6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
10 May 82 
1 Feb. 80 

6 Apr. 79 

12 Nov. 84 

13 Nov. 78 

9 Apr. 81 
22 Oct. 81 

22 Oct. 81 

7 May 79 

23 Aug. 84 

9 Sept.82 

6 Apr. 79 

6 Apr. 79 

1 Feb. 8c 

19 Oct. 77 

6 Apr. 79 

6 Apr. 79 

1 July 81 

1 July Si 

30 July 79 

30 July 79 

30 July 79 

21 Aug. So- 
io Mar. 85 
18 Feb. 80 

22 Oct. 81 

23 Feb. 76 
22 Oct. 81 

1 July 8t 

2 Aug. 82 

8 Feb. 80 
1 July 81 

22 Oct. 81 

30 July 79 
6 Apr. 79 

6 Feb. 84 

22 Oct. 81 

15 Feb. 84 

7 Feb. 85 
1 Sept. 83 
1 July 81 
6 Apr. 79 

30 July 79 
18 Feb. 80 
6 Feb. 84 

8 Apr. 81 
30 July 79 
18 Feb. 80 

6 Apr. 79 
30 Jan. 86 
:5 Mar. 80 

13 July 79 

14 Dec. 8c 
10 May 82 

30 July 79 

23 Jan. 79 
1 Sept. 79 
1 July 81 

30 July 79 
25 Aug. S3 
30 July 79 

7 Feb. 3 5 
7 Feb. 85 

17 Apr. 80 
1 Sept.82 
1 July 81 

30 July 79 
iS Feb. " 

18 Feb. 3c 
30 July 79 

18 Feb. 80 
30 July 79 

21 July 80 

22 Oct. 81 

19 May 80 
19 May So 

1 July 3 1 

9 Aug. 82 

30 July 79 

23 Aug. 84 
27 July 80 

1 July 81 
19 May 80 



1 Apr. 89 1 Oct. 97 15 Dec. 04 

1 July 871 15 Feb. 97 18 Dec. 04 

18 Feb. 91 18 Dec. 00 18 Dec. 0-4 

23 Mar. 89 22 Dec. 97 22 Dec. 04 

21 Sept.871 8 Apr. 97 23 Dec. 04 

12 Nov. 95 12 Nov. 02 23 Dec. 04 

18 Feb. 84 12 Dec. 96 30 Dec. 04 

26 July 86| 2 Sept.96 3 Jan. 05 
2i July 881 12 Mar. 00 12 Jan. 03 

22 Oct. 92 10 July 01 12 Jan. 05 

20 May 86,12 Aug. 95 19 Jan. 03 

11 Apr. 94 1 Apr. 00 19 Jap. 05 

28 Apr. 91J29 Nov. 00 19 Jan. 05 

21 Sept. 87' 14 Apr. 97 23 Jan. 05 

1 Apr. 89 23 Oct. 97 24 Jan. 05 
3 May 89J31 Jan. 98 31 Jan. 05 

13 Jan. 85' 13 Nov. 95 1 Feb. 05 
21 Sept.871 8 Apr. 97: 4 Feb. 05 

2 Se.pt.87j 8 Apr. 97 4 Feb. 05 
11 Aug. 91 20 May 98 11 Feb. 05 

19 Feb. 92 1 19 Feb. 0112 Feb. 05 
1 Oct. 8t| 3 July 97 13 Feb. o_= 

29 Oct. 87 1 1 Sept. 97 13 Feb. oj 
29 Oct. 87' 1 Sept. 97 13 Feb. 05 
iS Aug. 90^13 Aug. 99 13 Feb. 05 
10 Mar. 94 10 Julyoi'i3 Feb. 05 
19 Jan. 88 23 Sept. 97' 14 Feb. 05 



C4PTAIN. 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



30 Oct. 88 
23 Feb. 87 
22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 90 

8 May 88 

31 Jan. 88 

23 Oct. 91 
22 Oct. 92 



31 May 00^9 Feb. 05 
23 Feb. 96:23 Feb. 05 
25 Jan. 99 1 1 Mar. 05 
19 May 98, 9 Mar. 03 

12 Sept.94'11 Mar. 05 

28 Sept. 971 15 Mar. 05 



WH!K 
PLACED OW 
HALF PAT. 



23 Oct. 00 [8 Mai. 05 

,_ 29 Nov. 00 30 Mar. 05 

3 May 89 1 Apr. 93 27 Mar. 05 
1 Apr. 89 7 Oct. 97 29'Mar. 05 

28 Oct. 95 3 May 99 29 Mar. 05! 

22 Oct. 92 10 July 0129 Mar. 05 
15 Feb. 90! 1 Apr. 98; 1 Apr. 05 

1 Apr. 90J2; Aug. 98] 1 Apr. 05 

2 Apr. 9c, 1 Jan. 99 2 Apr. 05 
21 Nov. 88J21 Dec. g8J 3 Apr. 05 

1 Apr. 89J 19 Dec. 97,14 Apr. 05 

4 Apr. 89! i Jan. 98,22 Apr. 05 
1 Mar. 88; 9 Oct. 97 23 Apr. 05 
8 Dec. 91 21 Dec. 98' 3 May 05 

23 Jan. 87 6 June 99 6 May 05 
17 Apr. 89! 1 Apr. 98 6 May 05 

1 Apr. 88! 20 Nov. 97 12 May 05 
21 Sept. 87 2 June 971 13 May 05 
10 May 93 4 Feb. 99 13 May 05 
14 June 87 17 Feb. 00 27 May 05 

7 May 89 4 Apr. 98 28 May 05 
14 June 86 25 June 98 9 Juneo5 
10 May 93 10 July 01 12 June 05 

28 Sept. 87 16 June 97 13 June 05 

30 Sept.82 8 Apr. 93 15 Juneo^ 
12 Oct. 89 17 June 98 17 Juneo^ 

2 Dec. 89 11 Mar. 99 21 Juneo^ 
t Oct. 87 18 June 97 1 July o 5 

8 Oct. 90 1 Nov. on 1 July o 5 
1 Oct. 87 18 June 97, 1 July o 5 

1 Apr.94124 Feb. 98! 8 July o5 
23 Nov. 94 j 1 Apr. 00! 21 July q5 

3 July 87 23 July 97I23 July o s 

20 Jane 90} 1 Apr. 99) 1 Aug o5 
14 Jan. 91-14 Jan. col 9 Aug. o5 

21 May S9' 19 Apr. 98] 12 Aug. o5 

20 July 89114 July 981 12 Aug. o5 
6 July 89! 10 July 981 12 Aug. o5 

21 June 89 26 May 98 12 Aug. oS 
20 July 89' 1 Aug. 98] 5 Sept. oi 

2 Oct. 87,21 July 97jn Sept. o5 
1 JuneS5J23 Sept.97.23 Sept. o5 

31 July 9c| 3 Feb. 00,25 Sept.o5 
6 Aug. 89 22 Oct. 98: 1 Oct. o5 

10 Aug. 891 12 Jan. 99 1 Oct. 05 

22 June 91! 15 Feb. 99 10 Oct. 05 

17 Sept. 87(28 Oet. 99|i2 0ct. 05 

12 Oct. 87,21 July 97J12 Oct. 05 

1 Mar. 93 22 Aug. 00! 19 Oct. 05 

17 Dec. 89I i Apr. 99*22 Oct. 05 

19 Nov. 88' 20 Dec. 96,20 Oct. 05 

1 Jan. 89'i7 Aug.98!i4 Nov. 05 



19 Jan. c* 



6 May 05 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



54/ 



Charles Hen. Stiverd Vores. Lt.Col. Roval Artillery 
Arthur E. A. Botcher, 2IVO. DSO. Lt.Col. Ro. Art. 
Sir Hiiaro W. W. Barlow, J3arf. Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
p.n.e. Edward If. Perceval, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Art. 

Alfred Stokes, DSO. Lt.Col.. Royal Artillery 

Peter Eden Dixon, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Cecil Hill, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Walter Edmund Kerrich, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Cvril H. Leigh James, Lt.Col. Northumberland Fns 

p.s.c. Stanley Bird, Lt.Col. Royal Fusiliers 

Victor Arthur Couper, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 

Frank Ernest Johnson, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
James Ridgeway Dyas, Lt.Col, Warwick Regt. .. 
Artb. Andrew Spottiswood, Lt. Col. Seaforth Hldrs 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT.. LIECT 
or ENSIGN . 

UgMay 

... jioMay 

19 May 

19 May 

18 Feb. 

, 23 Feb. 

23 Feb. 

i9i! a y 

I 9 Sept, 

J 25 Aug. 

13 Aug. 79 1 July 

27 July 

. 22 Jan. 81 1 July 
,1 22 Oct. 



80 30 Nov. 

80 29 Nov. 
8d 2 Nov. 
80 1 4 Aug. 
80.25 Apr. 

81 17 Dec. 
81 17 Dec. 
8g 9 Jan. 
.82 15 June 
83^6 Mar 
81 1 9 Apr. 
80,15 Feb. 
81 4 Sept 
S: 26 Oct, 



2 July 
05; 1 Joly 
88 ! 26 June 
88'2 3 Feb. 
88J25 Dec. 
89 4 Apr. 
8 9 | 4 Apr. 

89 22 Aug. 
91 17 Feb. 
9i|i5 Nov. 

90 15 Oct 
89 30 Sept. 

" 1 Apr. 
7 Dec. 



,8g 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAV. 



14 Nov. 
14 Nov. 
14 Nov. 
14 Nov. 

14 Nov. 

15 Nov. 
15 Nov. 

21 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
28 Nov. 

1 Dec 
20 Dec. 

22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 



05 
05 
05 
05 
OS 
°5 
°5 
°5 
05 
°5 
^5 
°5 
05 
OS 



War Services of Lt.Golouels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 



65 Lt.Colonel Forster served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the ist Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

1i Lt.ColODel Carleton served in the South African war, taking part in the operations in Natal, 1899, including 
the actions at Talana, 29th October, and Lombard's Kop, 30th October; the operations in the Transvaal, 1900; and 
the operations in the Orange River Colony, June, July, September and October, 1900. Commanded the 1st 
Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, 12th to 30th October, and 6th June onwards. 

w Lt.Colonel P. H. II. Massy served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of 1S79-80, and took part in the expe- 
dition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). 

77 Lt.Colonel Watson-Kennedy .served with the 1st Battalion Black Watch in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Regi- 
mental Transport Officer, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 as Transport Officer ist Battalion Black Watch, and was 
present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with 
the 1 st Battalion of the Black Watch, took part with the River Column under Major General Earle, and was 
present in the engagement at Kirbekan — severely wounded (two Clasps). Served in the campaign in the Soudan 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the ist Battalion Cameron Highlanders, and was present at the battles 
oftheAtbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

79 Lt.Colonel O. H. Oakes served in the South African war in 1899-1901, in command of the ist Battalion 
Worcestershire Regiment, and took part in the operations in Orange Free State, February to May 1900 ; the 
operations in Orange River Colony, May to 29 November 1900, including the actions at Wittebergen (mentioned 
in despatches, Modal with two Clasps). 

97 Lt.Colonel rinmphery served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the ist Battalion Gloucestershire 
Regiment, and was present in the engagement at Rietfontein as second in command, and in the engagement at 
Lombard's Kop in command ; also served in the operations in the Transvaal, June 1900, and in Orange River 
Colonv, July and August 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

101 Lt.Colonel J. H. Aspinwall served in the Egyptian Expedition in 1882, and took part in the actions at El 
Magfar, Masameh, and Kassassin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the forced march to Cairo (Medal with Olasp 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1001-02 (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

102 Lt.Colonel R. Owen served in the Afghan war of 1879-80, first attached to the 9U1 Lancers, and afterwards as Aide 
de Camp to Sir Donald Stewart (Medal). Served with the 14th Hussar i in the Boer war of 188 1 under Sir Evelyn 
Wood. Served during Burmese Expedition m 1885-8788 Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Roberts (Medal with Clasp). 

107 Lt.Colonel O'Grady served with the 94th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Dlundi, and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni including the storming of the stronghold — 
severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1880-81 in command 
of the troop of Mounted Infantry 94th Regiment at Pretoria during its investment. Served in the South African 
war with the ist Battalion Connaught Rangers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso ; in the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at. Spion Kop ; in Natal, March and April 
i9<xj ; in the Orange Free State, May 1900 ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900 ; in the Transvaal east of Pretoria, 
including the action at Reit Vlei, 16th July 1900 also in Cape Colony south and north of Orange River 



54<7 War Services of Lt.Golonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 

Commanded the ist Battalion Connaught Rangers from 15th Sept. 1900 until invalided on 8th Dec. 1900 (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

108 Lt.Colonel G. P. Douglas served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 7th Dragoon Guards as a volunteer, 
and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, at the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir and capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

111 Lt.Colonel A. J. Murray served in the operations in Zululand in 1888. Served in the South African war as 
1899-1900, 1902, as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Natal Field Force, and afterwards in 
Assistant Adjutant General; took part in the defence of Ladysmith — dangerously wounded (twice mentioned in 
despatches, DSO.). 

112 Lt.Colonel H. St. L. Wood served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Transport Officer Candahar Field Force, 
and was present at the defence of Candahar and acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Brooke in the 
sortie of Deh Khojah — severely wounded and horse killed (Medal). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1834-85 
on special service (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1887-88 as Brigade Transport Officer and as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master 
General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with two Clasps). Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary 
Force as "Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps). 

118 Lt.Colonel Lysaght served in the Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment 
including the engagement at Kotkai (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1900-01, taking 
part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Aug. to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast, 26th 
and 27th Aug., and Lydenberg, 5th to 8th Sept.; and in Orange River Colony, including action at Wittebergen, 
ist to 29th July (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

12 Lt.Colonel Dauncey served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 7th Dragoon Guards, and was present in 
the engagements at Ei Magfar and Mahsama, at the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under 
Sir Herbert. Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (British Medal, 
ard Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. 
Commanded the Regiment from April 190: until the end of the war. Took part in operations in Orange Free 
Stato March to May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 

1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, eas t of Pretoria, 
July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
including actions at Colesberg; and in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with five Clasps, King ; s Medal with two Clasps). See 
also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

122 Ll. Colonel C. Delmi Radclitfe served in Uganda in 1898 (Medal). Commanded the Expedition into the 
Lango Country in 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

123 Lt.Colonel C. Grant served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. 

124 Lt.Colonel H. L. Gallwey served in the expedition against Nimba and Brass villages, West Coast of Africa, in 
1895 in command of the Forces of the Niger Coast Protectorate (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with 
Clasp); and with the Benin Expedition under Rear Admiral Rawson in 189788 Deputy Commissioner and Consul 
Niger Coast Protectorate (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). 

12 8 Lt.Colonel Gavin served in the Hazara Expedition in 188S with the. 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, 
including the engagement at Kotkai (Medal with Clasp). Served in the operations on the North West Frontier 
of India in 1897-98, including the operations on the Samana (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the S outh 
African war in 1901-02, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal, April 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with 
Clasp). 

129 Lt.Colonel C. A. A. Frederick served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the ist Battalion of the 
Coldstream Guards and was present in the engagement at Hasheen, at that near Tofrek on the 24th March, and 
at the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Force 
in 1885-86 as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Stephenson (4th Class of the Mejidie). 

130 Lt.Colonel de Crespigny served with the 15th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Served in tha 
Boer war of 1881. Served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at 
Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

131 Lt.Colonel W. C. Ross served in the Afghan war in 1S79-80 on Transport duty with the Koorum Field Force 
(Medal). Served in the South African war 1899-1900 in command of a Corps of Mounted Infantry and on the 
Staff — dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, CB.) 

135 Count Gleichen served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps, and was present in the actions 
at Abu Klea and Abu Kru (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary 
Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 (British Medal and Khedive's Medal). Served in the South Afiican 
war in 1899-1900, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, and 
Modder River — severely wounded. Took part in the operations in Orange Free State, including the operations 
at Paardeberg and the action at Poplar Grove. Served afterwards on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, 
DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

138 Lt.Colonel J. E. Caunter served in South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the relief of 
Kimberley; operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, and tha 
actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; the operations in Orange River Colony, May to Aug. 1900; and in Cape 
Colony, south and north of Orange River, in 1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasp3). 

110 Lt.Colonel Carr-EUison served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief 01 
Ladysmith, including action at Colenso. Took part in tbe operationsof 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion 
Kop ; the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Pieter's Hill. Also in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900; and 
in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900. Co mm anded the ist Dragoons from so'h Nov. 1900 to 6th July 

1901, taking part in the operations in Natal, and south-east and north-east Transvaal, under Colonel Pulteney. 
'Jommanded 4 th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry July to Dec. 1901 in the south-west Transvaal; in the operations in 
Orange River Colony under General Elhott, including the capture of a laager and 41 prisoners by the 4th Bat- 
talion Imperial Yeomanry ; in the operations on the Zululand Frontier of Natal under General Dartneil ; com- 
manded the ist Dragoons from Dec 1901 until thej T landed in England on nth Oct. 1902 ; took part in operations 
in the west of Orange River Colony, on the Vaal, and in Bechuanaland, under Colonel Rochfort (twice mentioned 
in despatches, promoted Lt.Colonel half pay, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

142 Lt.Colonel Adye served in the Afghan warin 1879-80, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was present in 
the sortie of Deh Khojah and at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boerwarin 1881. Served 
in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, an( i tne acl; i 011 
at Lombards Kop (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

1,i Lt.Colonel Hamilton served with the Isazai Expedition in 1892 as Brigade Major. Served with the Chitral 
Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General 2nd Brigade, 
and was present at the capture of the Malakand Pass, at the passage of the Swat River, and the engagement at 
Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). 

150 Lt.Colonel M.G. Wilkinson served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as TransportOfBcer(Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). Served as Adjutant to the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers with the Suakin Field 
Force in December 1888 during the investment of Suakin and was present in the engagement at Gemaizah 
(mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the South African war of 1899-1902 as Assistant Provost-Marshal to 
the 6th Division under Lieut. General Kelly-Kenny, and was present at the relief of Kimberley and the action of 
Klip Drift, 16th Feb. 1902; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the 
actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove and Driefontein. Commanded the Battalion from 21st April igca (Medal 
with three Clasps). 



War Services of Lt.Coloneh not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 54 

153 Lt.Col. H. R. Crompton-Roberts served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the advance 
on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein ; the operations in 
the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Dreifbntein, Vet River, and Zand 
River ; the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill; the operations in the Transvaal east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at 
Belfast; and the operations in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony, Dec. 1900 to May 1902 (twice mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

155 Lt.Col. Stanuell served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagementat 
CJlundi (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Boer war of 1881, and took part in the defence of 
Pretoria (mentioned in despatches) . Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Mounted Infantry of the 
Camel Corps, and was present in the actions at Abu Klea and Abu Kru (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star) . 

160 Lt. Colonel Cavaye served with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers with the Suakin Field Force in 
December 1888 during the investment of Suakin, and was present at the engagement at Gemaizah (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . Also served in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889. Served in the South 
African war with the 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, and took part in the operations in the Orange 
Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Vet River and 
Zand River; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900, including the actions at Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900; and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including the action at Zilikat's Nek, 
2nd Aug. 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

[For the War Services of other Lieutenant Colonels, Yide their respective Regiments or Corps. ] 



55 



Majors. 



COKNET, 

2nd LiBn. 

Or ENSIGN 



13 Aug. 79 



1 May 78 
14 Jan. 80 



Dec. 77 



5T(f Charles James William Grant, Major, Indian Army ... 

Robert Henry Twigg, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick John Tobin, t>SO. Major, Royal Irish Rifles) 

(86 Foot) / 

Walter Henry Scott, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

William A. Lenox-Conyngham, Major, Worcester Regt. > 

{29F.) i 

Thomas Hope Stavert, Major, Leinster Regiment 

Beamish St. John Barter, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment... 

Henry D'Urban Keary, DSO. Major, Indian Army | 

Henry Walter Morrieson, Major, Royal Artillery 1 

Thomas David Kirkpatrick, Major, Yorkshire Regiment) 

(19 Foot) j ; 

ChaB. Arch. Townshend Boultbee, Major, King's Royal \\ . 

Rifles S\ y 11 

Julian Oswald, Major, 16 Lancers 22 Mar. 79 

John Lewis Rooke Maclurcan, Major, h.p. Roy. Marines ; ) 

Barrack Master, 27 May 01 $ 

Richard Money Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

Edmond Talbot Stanley, Major, Army Ordnance > ; ,- ,-,„.. 

Department ....!. $ 6 ° ct - " 

Richard K. W. R. Clavell, Major, h.p. R. Marines ; Pat/- ~> 

master, Plymouth, 1 Jan. 01 | 

Phelips Brooke Hanham, Major, Royal Artillery | 

John James Francis Hume, Major, Connaugbt Rangers') j „ , 

(94 Foot) ...... ...J! 22Feb -79 

Ralph J. Wilbraham, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light) I , „ 

Tnfantry ?..../ * Aug. 78 

Colin Powys Campbell, Major, Indian Army 113 Aug. 79 

John Shakespear, CITS. DSO. Major, Indian Army I22 Jan. 81 

William Douglas Whatman, Major, 20 Hussars j 

St.George Edward William Burton, Major, Royal High- ) . 

landers (73 Foot) ?....] '3 Aug. 79 

Henry Lockhart Smith, DSO. Major, East Surrey ) 

Regiment j 

Hayford Douglas Thorold, .Ma/or, West Riding Regiment ) 

(76 Foot) $ 

Schofield Patten Peile, CB.Major, Royal Marines 

William Fred. James Hardisty, Major, Worcestershire") 

Regiment j 

George Boodrie O'Donnell, Major, Indian Army 

James Gibbon Turner, Major, Indian Army 

William John Bythell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hickman Crawford Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Ernest Henry Rivett-Carnac, Major, Indian Army 

John Dawson H. Waller, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Frederick Stevens, Major, Indian Army 

Vonsonby Glenn Huggins, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Haydon d' Aubrey 1*. Taylor, Major, Gloucestershire ) 

Regiment '. } 

Gerald Carlile Stratford Handcock, Mawr, Yorkshire > 

Regiment j 

Thomas Francis Bushe, CMQ. Major, Royal Artillery 

hos. Montgomery Hawtayne, Major, North Stafford- > 

shire Regiment j 

Horatio Norris Dumbleton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Atherton ffolliott Powell, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Wm. Radcliffe Peel Wallace, Major, Gloucestershire') 

Regiment j 

p.s.c. Waiter Grenville Ley, Major,'?!. Staffordshire Regt. ) 

(98 Foot) j 

Uffl Alan Richard Hili, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. ") 

(48 Foot) ...j 

Charles Hamlyn Agnew, Major, 4 Hussars 

Warren Francis Trotter, h.p. Major, R. Marine Art. ; ) 

Barrack Master, 16 Oct. 99 ) 

Edward Kaye Daubeney, DSO. Major, South Stafford- ) 

shire Regiment j 

Raleigh Gilbert Egerton, Major, Indian Army 

Norman Edward Young, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Henry Marwood, Major, North Staffordshire Regiment) 

(64 Foot) j 

Charles Edward Lawrie, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Alexander Cadell, Major, Indian Army 

George Albanus Williams, Major, South Staffordshire ) 

Regiment (8o F.) j 

Arthur de Salis Hadow, Major, Yorkshire Regiment 



10 May 821 10 May 91 11 May 
26 Dec. 8c 13 Aug. 90 27 Apr. 



12 May 77 
20 Nov. 75 
t Feb. 79 



1 Apr. 83 10 Jan, 
12 Mar. 84*23 Sept. 
20 Jan. 86 9 Oct 



25 Aug. 80 28 June 85: 2 Dec. 
11 Sept.76|i6 Feb. 83(16 Dec. 
10 Sept.77110 Sept.88,29 Dec. 
14 Aug. 76 28 Feb. 85! 1 Jan. 



t Jan. 78 



7 Apr. 80 
16 Oct. 80 

9 Sept. 7 7 
26 Feb. Si 

6 Oct. 77 

1 Sept. 78 
19 June 77 
23 June 80 

1 Julv 81 



i5 Aug. 84:28 Mar. 94 
94 
94 
95 
95 
95 



21 Apr. 86 16 Apr. 

8 Dec. 86 25 Dec. 

2 Apr. 86 25 Jan. 
13 Aug. 90 13 Feb. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



5 Oct. 85 

20 Sept. 86 
4 Jan. 86 
17 Dec. 84 

14 Dec. 87 



24 Apr, 

1 May 95 
30 June 95 
1 July 95 

i July 95 



27 May 01 



1 Jan. 01 



29 June 3o 13 Aug. 02 
31 July 8i| 29 Sent.86 
22 Oct. 81 16 Mar. 87 



11 May 78 
14 Jan. 80 

1 1 May 78 



17 Apr. 80 
10 Apr. 78 



1 July Si 

15 Mar. 80 

1 Jan. 8 1 
31 Jan. 78 



10 July 95 
112 Aug. 95 
95 



15 Nov. 86 

25 Oct. 84 

28 Oct. 85 
18 July 86 
27 Nov. 79' 7 June 86 
19 Jan. 76119 Jan. 87 
18 Dec. 78 18 Dec. 89 
25 July 82 15 Jan. 91 



9 Oct. 77 
[2 Feb. 76 

9 Oct. 77 
19 Apr. 76 
19 Apr. 76 

29 Sept. 80 



2 Au, 
11 Sept 

9 Oct. 



?:■■ 



16 Oct. 95 



19 Feb. 

12 Feb. 87 1 1 

25 Feb. 86 



19 Apr. 87 
19 Apr. 87 

22 Sept. 85 
24 May S5 



2 Nov. 

20 Nov. 

11 Dec. 

19 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
8 Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



19 Apr. 
19 Apr. 

1 3 May 



1 Mar. 79 24 May S5 27 May 

31 Jan. 78:16 June 86 18 June 

22 Jan. 79(13 Sept.791 2 Jan. 86 22 July 

i 9 Oct. 77J 1 Apr. S8J25 July 

I31 Jan. 78 

17 Apr. 80 5 Oct. 80 
11 Aug. 80 12 Mar. 81 



22 Feb. 79 
1 May 78 



11 May 78 
13 Aug. 79 



21 July 86! 29 Aug. 
5 May 86 j 9 Sept. 
1 July 87! 14 Sept, 

29 Jan. 8j' 1 Sept.S6 22 Sept. 
1 Oct. 80 28 Aug. 86 7 Oct. 
1 Sept. 76 5 Apr. 86' 5 Nov. 

1 Dec. 80 7 Aug. 86 18 Nov. 
19 Feb. 81 13 Aug. 90 18 Nov. 



: Jan. 



25 July 82 29 May 91 18 Nov, 

I 6 Feb. 84 14 Sept.9218 Nov, 

[15 Feb. 84 4 Mar. 93 18 Nov, 
29 Aug. 85 29 Aug. 96 18 Nov 

79: 2 Feb. 81 24 Aug. 87 25 Nov, 
Nov. 85 4 Dec. 



(, g p.) __ ~ j j 4 Dec. 78 11 Oct. 79 

Colin Duncan Johnstone, Major, from East Surrey Regt! 1 I . ! T „ » „J n „„ 

Governor, York Military Prison j 17 A P r - 8o 2I June 8o 3 1 Aug. 87 14 Dec. 

A Tg d lr h ^. e .— T - i8 ^' M ^ ' Jan - «J" Feb ' 8o ■ Sept.86'i6Dec. 

ArthurHugh Block, Major, Royal Artillery |i8Dec. 78 21 Dec. 86,21 Dec. 

Stuart Davidson. Major, Royal Engineers ! Ii8 Dec. 78 10 Jan. 89:31 Dec. 

Henry Alves Inglis, Major, Royal Artillery 6 Apr. 79 6 June 87 20 Jan. 

p.s.c. Alf. E. J. Cavendish, CMG. Major, Argyll andV t„„ ■ t„w aJ,„ T, 1T10 Rfi ; „ v*h 

Sutherland Highlanders (91 F.) jl'4 3an - 8o | J Jul y 81 12 June 86 12 Feb. 

Edmund Sclater Crofts, Major, Hampshire Regiment '11 Aug. 80; 1 July 81 29 Aug. 86I27 Mar. 



96 
96 

.96 
96 
96 

96 

96 
96 
97 
97 
97 



16 Oct. 99 



Majors. 



56-7 



COHHET, 
2nd 1.1 EUT. 
OrENSlOJ*. 



Charles James Anstruther, 2 Major, h.p. 17 Lancers 11 May 7S 

Stephen Leslie Nonis, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Robert Barkly Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Arthur Forde Pilson, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F.) I 9 May 38 21 Apr. 90^0 Dec, 

Wilkinson Dent Bird, DSO. Captain, "West Surrey Regiment|22 Aug. 88; 1 Dec. gel 1 Apr 

Wilfrid Heron Cummin gs,.Jf a/or, Royal Artillery _. ,30 July 79! 1 Oct. 

Charles de Winton, Major, Hampshire Regiment In Aug. 80I 1 July 8i 15 Apr, 

Henry Edward Fane Goold-Adams, Major, RoyaH , '30 July 79 



7 Apr. 81 , 6 Nov. 86 
18 Dec. 78,28 Mar. 89 

6 Apr. 7921 Sept.87 
96 
97 



1 Oct. 
12 Oct. 



87 



87 



Artillery S\ 

John Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery j 130 July 70 

*William Savona, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 1 ,14 Jan. 85J12 Oct. , 

Richard Alfred Poer O'Shee, Major, Royal Engineers !i6 Feb. 87 16 Feb. 90I21 July 97 

Henry Frederick Williams, Major, Munster Fusiliers 13 Aug. 79I 7 July 80(12 Aug. 87 

Lewis Loyd Nicol. Major, Rifle Brigade 22 Feb. 79 29 .Tune 3t 9 Mar. yo 

Julian Arthur Labalmondiere, Major, Royal Artillery... j 3° July 7925 Oct. 37 

Francis William Galbraith Tothill, Major, Royal Artillery | |3° July 79:29 Oct. 87 

Maurice Morgan Morris, Major, Royal Artillery I 30 July 79|2i Dec. 87 

p.t.c. Colquhoun Grant Morrison, Major, 1 Dragoons 22 Jan. 79 18 June 8i 117 Mar. 

ieorge Osborn, Major, Royal Artillery I18 Feb. 8o'i9 Jan. 

p.t.c. George Dufi Baker, Major, Royal Artillery 18 Feb. 80 21 Jan. 

Thomas Cameron F. Somerville, Major, Royal Lancaster) 22 Jan 7g j , JuIy 8 J 2l M[ly 



Regiment.. 

William Frederick Cockburn, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Henry Clarence Grant Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 
William Sidney Smith Harvest. Major, Royal Marines 
Henry Augustus Carleton, Major, Indian Army.. 



18 Feb. 80 1 Feb. 
iS Feb. So: 1 Feb. 

1 Sept. 79' 8 Feb. 

9 Oct. 77] 9 Oct. 



;-;:. 



Vivian Waldegrave Hall Graham, Major, Suffolk Regiment.'n Aug. 80I 1 July Si ■ 1 Sept.86 



William James Knowles Dobbin, J/a/or, Indian Army 

■Charles Fulford Grantham. Major, Indian Army 

•George Daniel Chamier, CMG. Major, Royal Artillery, 

Henry Bradley Roberts, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Edward Porter, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Townshend, Major. Royal Engineers 

Gilbert Edward Bryant, Major, Royal Artillery 

Son. Rupert Tyrwhit.t. Major, Royal Artillery 

■Charles Clarke, Major, Royal Marines 

William Kirk, Major, 2 Draeoon Guards 

Vesey Thomas Bun bury, DSO. 3f«/<>r,Leicester8bire Regi- > 



13 Oct. 77^5 Feb. 80(3 Oct. 



13 Oct. 77' 1 Nov. 78' 
8 Feb. 80 



6 Apr. 79 
l: Nov. 77 

6 Apr. 79 
18 Feb. 80 _ 
30 July 79 10 Jan. 

1 Sept. 79 i 8 Feb. 89 

2 Aug. 82 25 July 88 



6 Jan. 90 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Nov. 88 
1 Apr. 
Apr, 



esey a uuiiiaa Dunuuiy. jjo v. oj.a 01 ,L<t'iuebit;isuue rvegi- ' . i -~ r* rt * o t , o 

ment (17 Ft.) ... j \ 22 Jan - 79 2 ° °«- 8c 1 1 July 87 



Percy Thuillier Westmorland, Major, Royal Warwickshire 

Regiment ) 

.p.t.c. Anthony Thos. Philip Hudson, Major, Manchester ) 

Regiment j 

James TrevelyaD Cotesworth, Major, Yorkshire Regiment ( 

(19 F.) j 

Arthur Lance Tisdali, Major, Royal Artillery 

Louis Peile Carden, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Joseph Blakiston Priestley, Major, Indian } 

Army y 

Gerald Francis Mockler, Major, Oxfordshire Light) I 



30 Jan. 78 



9 Sept. 82 28 Aug. 
23 June 79 2 Oct. 



22 Jan. 79 20 Mar. 80 n Jan. 88 

18 Feb. So 1 26 June 83 

:8 Feb. 80 26 June 88 

30 Jan. 78 6 Aug. 79,30 Jan. S9 



Infantry (52 Ft.) : J |i 4 Sept. 7 8| 8 Apr. 8.j 6June88 

Henry Coape-~mith, Major, Indian Army j 5 Feb. 87 21 Nov. 881 5 Feb. 98 

Herbert Valentine Ravenscroft, Captain, Manchester)) 0T „ .„«■„„ w„x, o 

Regiment j | 28 * a ™ 90 19 May 9?] 9 Feb. 98 

jp.t.c Noel Wilmot Houssemayne du Boulay, Major, ) 

Royal Artillery J 

William Griffith Grant, Major, Lincolnshire Rcgt. (10 F.)... 

Reginald Parker Grove, Major, Cheshire Regiment (22 F.) I13 Aug. 7927 Jan. 81 19 Sept.85 

Edmund Merceron Burton, Major. Royal Engineers 1 I30 July 79] 7 May 89 

Francis Allix Wilkinson, Major, Royal Fusiliers (7 F.) In Aug. 8o, 1 July 81 14 May 87 

Martin Litchfield Tuke, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Hereward Cardew, DSO. Major, Army Service ) 

Corps .' j 

Douglas James Orr Taylor, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Camden Wiseman-Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery... 
James Langford Pearse, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. ) 

(53 F.) ) 

St. George Loftus Steele, Major, Indian Army 

William Giles, Major, Indian Army 

Mowbray Townshend Thomson, Major, Indian Army 

Tbomae Elliott Carte, Major, Rcya! Artillery 

Hiley Reginald Addington, Major, King's Royal Rifles) 

(60 F.) .1 

p.t.c. William Holy Bowes, Major, Scots Fusiliers 

Alex. Harry Colvin Birch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Charles Wood Riileout, Major, Indian Army 

Peicy Gerald Walker, Major, Indian Army 

p.t.c. John Gurwood King-King, DSO. Maior,Vfest Surrey ) 

Regiment j 

Harry Dixon Grier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Quin, Major h.p. Indian Army 1 1 Aug. 8c 

John Lewes Parker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Francis Holland, Captain, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 

Arthur Boyer H. Northcott, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 V.) '22 Jan. 81 
Charles Philip Scudamore, DSO. Major, Royal Scots 1 I 

Fusiliers (21 F.) , ,' t 1 

.p.t.c. Offley B. S. Fairlcss Shore, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Donald Baker, Major, Indian Staff Corps [ 

Donglas Keith E. Hall, Major, Army Service Corps 21 Nov. 83 

Wilfred Ironside Ryder, Major, Indian Army I 

Alfred Edward Haig, Major, King's Own Scottish Bord. ... 14 Sept. 37 



19 May 80, 4 Aug, 
In May 78 22 Oct. 79 3 May 86 



30 July 79 to May 

I o Aug. 82 11 Dec. 

1 May 78,15 June 79 1 May 89 
1 19 May 80,13 Oct. 

11 Aug. 80' 1 July 81 31 Dec. 87 

11 May 78 17 May 79 n May 
11 May 78 7 Aug. 80 n May 80 
11 May 78J 2 Nov. 8011 May 
,19 May 8013 Sept. 

11 Aug. 80 1 July Si; 16 Apr. 00 

13 Aug. 79 1 July 81! 4 Oct. 87 

27 Ju'.y 80' 1 Apr 

22 Jan. 79' 1 July 81 22 Jan. 00 
9 July 79 16 Oct. 80 9 July 90 

10 Mar. 83 12 Apr. 91 

25 July 82 2oJune9i 
1 July 8i rt Aug. 91 



1 Oct, 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

22 Oct. 81 

10 May 82 
1 Feb. 83 
14 Sept. 91 



7 Oct. 91 
23 Apr. 92 
15 Sept. 92 

15 Sept. 92 

10 May 93 
1 Feb. 94 
x Dec. 94 

23 Aug. J4I23 Aug. 95 
4 Dec. 89 22 Jan. 96 



3 Apr. 97 

4 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 May 97 

16 June 97 

18 June 97 
30 June 97 

3 July 97 
21 July 97 

21 July 97 

22 July 97 
28 July 97 
28 July 97 

1 Sept. 97 

2 Sept. 97 
13 Sept. 97 

15 Sept. 97 
28 Sept. 97 

28 Sept. 97 

29 Sept. 97 

1 Oct. 97 
1 Oct. 97 

8 Oct. 97 

9 Oct. 
13 Oct. 
13 Oct. 
13 Oct, 

1 Nov. 97 

2 Nov. 97 

11 Nov. 97 

19 Nov. 97 

21 Nov. 97 

1 Dec. 97 
6 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 97 

1 -1 Dec. 97 

22 Dec. 97 
i Jan. 98 

12 Jan. 98 

19 Jan. 98 

19 Jan. 98 

30 Jan. 98 

2 Feb. 98 
6 Feb. 98 

10 Feb. 98 

23 Feb. 98 

1 1 Mar. 9S 
23 Mar. 98 

4 Apr. 98 
6 Apr. 9S 

16 Apr. 98 

17 Apr. 98 

1 May 9S 
4 May 9? 

11 May 98 

1 1 May 98 
11 May 9S 
1 1 May 98 

18 May 9S 

1 3 May 98 

20 May oS 
20 May 9B 
20 May 9S 
20 May 98 

20 May 98 

20 May 93 
20 May 9S 
20 May 9S 
20 May 98 
20 May 98 

2c May 

20 May 98 
20 May 98 
20 May 98 

20 May 98 
20 May 98 



WHEN 
PLACKDON 
HALF PAT. 

i June 01 



58-6 3 



Majors. 



CORNET 
2ndLIECT. 
OTEXSIGtf. 



5 Feb. 87 

S Dec. 

16 Mar. 90 
5 Feb. 87 
4 May 87 

1 May 78 



j 1 Aug. 80 
22Feb. 38 

17 Jan. 91 
16 July 90 



21 June 79 



22 Jan. 
4 Dec. 



Charles E. tie Mauley Norie, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Montagu Poore, 3 DSO. Major, .'7 Hussars 

Walter Campbell, CVO. DSO. Captain, Gordon Highlanders 
Guy Melfort Baldwin, DSO. Captain, Indian Army... 
William Reginald Arnold, Captain, Dorset Regiment (39 F.) 

Frederic George Lucas, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

George Arthur James Leslie, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Francis Heale Taylor, Captain, h.p. from' Indian Army 

Son. Charles Granville Bruce, Jhajor, Indian Army 

Lambert J. Dopping-Hepenstal, Major, Royal Engineers.. 
Courtney Heathcote Stisted, Major, Somerset Lt. Inf. (13F.) 

Fiennes Henry Ci-ampton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Evelyn Pollock, Major, Royal Artillery 

Knox Edward Harris, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment) 

(39 f-) ; 

William Reginald Wallwyn James,, Major, Royal Artillery 
Francis Richard Loveband, Major, West India Regiment... 

Edward Hughes Hemming, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Lyons Carroll, Major, Royal Artillery. 

p.g.e. Norman William Cuthbertson, Major, Black Watch... 

Walter Goring, Major, 3 Hussars 

Norman Burrows, 'Captain, South Wales Borderers 

Henry Theodore Hawkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Kellett Harley, DSO. Captain, 7 Hussars 

Arthur Ludovic Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Lionel Brook-Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Marshall Burt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Bruce Chamberfin, Major (DistrictOmeer), Royal ) 

Artillery j* 

Hugh Richard Tufnell, Major, Gloucestershire Regiment ) 

(61 F.) I 

Edm. Somerville Forestier Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

D'Arcy Biownlow Preston, Major, Royal Artillery ."... 

Henry Arthur Bethell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick John Angell, Maior, Army Ordnance Department 
Robert William M. Blake, Major, Scots Fusihers (21 F. 
Harald George Carlos Swayne, Major, Royal Engineer 
Sir Matthew Nathan, KCMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Philip Martel, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Stuart Meeres, Major, Royal Artillery 

John George Erskine Wynne, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Charles Ernest English, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Dawson, Major, West Surrey Regiment (2 F.) 

Leonard George Watkius, Major, Royal Artillery' 

Ernest A. Gartside-Tippinge, .Mu/or,' Royal Artillery .. 

Henry Peter King-Salter, Major, Rifle Brigade 2 

Alexander William Taylor, Major, West Surrey Regiment. 
Hon. William Lambton, DSO. Major, Coldstream Guards... 

Sidney Mercer Renny, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Waudby Griffin, Major, Royal Artiliery 

Fitzroy Tufton Holt Scott, Major', h.p. Royal Marines, \ 

Barrack Master, 5 Aug. 04 .' ) 

Charles Moorehead Hamilton, Major, Bedfordshire Regt. ... 
Randall Charles Annesley Howe, Major, YorK and Lane. \ 

Regt " / 

Henry Browse Scaife, Major, Sussex Regiment 

Valentine George Whitla, Major, 3 Hussars 

William Waugh Taylor Duhan, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Gunning Morehead Campbell, Major, Royal Marine Art. ... 
p.s.c. Arthur Benjamin Norton Churchill, Major, Royal > 

Artillery .• ) 

Malcolm Stewart Riach, Major, Cameron Highlanders 

Hy. Howard Bedingfeld, Major, Devonshire Regt. (11 F.) 

Frank Henry Eadon, Major, 21 Lancers 

p.s.c. Alex. Beamish Hamilton, Major, K. O. Scot. Bordrs.... 

p.s.c. Stanley Bird, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Harry- Neptune Sargent, DSO. Major, Army Service Corps 

Alexander James King, DSO. Major, Lancaster Regt 

Edgar Edwin Bernard, Major, Army Service Corps 

p.s.o. Oswald Henry Pedley, Major, Northumberland') 

Fusiliers y 

Joseph John Asser, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Harry Gerald Keith Matchett, Capt. Connaught Rangers ... 
Edward Alexander Stanton, Captain, Oxfordshire Light) 

Infantry .-. ) 

Ernest Berdoe Wilkinson, Captain, Lincolnshire Regt 

Godfrey Estcourt Matthews, Major, Royal Marines 

Malcolm Peake, CMG. Major, Royal Artillery 

William Horsley Persse, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

Cecil Henry de Rougemont, MVO. DSO. Major, Royal > 

Artillery / I 

Douglas Wilfred Churcher, Captain, Irish Fusihers (87 F.)i 

Arthur George Dwyer, Captain, East Surrey Regiment 124 Apr. 

James Reynolds Maxwell Marsh, Captain, Lincoln Regt. ... 10 Nov. 

John Campbell, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) I 9 Jan. 

Charles John Corfield, Major, .Indian Army 4 Dec. 

James Clinton Hollway, Major, Indian Army 4 Dec. 

Frederick Acton Lambart Powell, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Edward Bickford, Major, Royal Artiliery 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. ' MAJOR. 



! Jan. 



9 May 85 9 May 9ft 20 May 
28 Apr. 86; 1 July 96 20 May 

5 Dec. 90 11 Jan. 97 20 May 
30 Jan. 86 30 Jan. 97, 20 May 

S July 90 18 Mar. 97' 20 May 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 20 May 

28 Mar. 87 23 Nov. 97 20 May 
21 Feb. 88; 5 Feb. 98 20 May 98 

29 Oct. 88| 4 May 98 20 May 98 
: July 70 11 June 89 22 May 

20 Nov. 80 28 Dec. 86 14 June 9S 
19 May 80 29 Oct. 88 18 June 98 
19 May So 29 Oct. 38 18 June 98 

1 July 81 25 Sept. 89 25 June 98 

19 May 80 24 Nov. 88 26 June 

2 Dec. 89 16 July 94 28 June 

18 Feb. 80 25 June 89 1 July 98 

19 May 80' 30 Nov. 881 2 July 98 
9 Sept. 82! 7 Dec. 88 13 July 98 

25 Nov. 85 10 Apr. 91 1 14 July 98 
7 Oct. 92 13 July 98 14 July 98 
19 May 80! 5 Dec. 88| 15 July 98 
13 June 92 16 July 98; 17 July 
19 May 80] 8 Dec. 88 27 July 98 
19 May 80 21 Dec. 88 1 Aug. 
19 May 8o'3i Dec. 38 1 Aug. 
10 June 85] 14 Apr. 91 9 Aug. 93: 



1 Dec. 80 31 May 86 10 Aug. 98 

19 May 80' 1 Jan. So 19 Aug. 9S 
19 May 8oj 1 Jan. 89 19 Aug. 98 
19 July 80 11 Jan. S9 22 Aug. 98 
: July 81I12 Aug. 83 24 Aug. 98 
78 27 Dec. 80 16 Sept.86'25 Aug. 98. 

18 Feb. 80 23 July 89 1 Sept. 98 

19 May 80 31 July 89 1 Sept. 98 
27 July So 14 Jan. 89, 8 Sept. 98 
27 July 80 14 Jan. 89 1 8 Sept.98 
27 July 80 14 Jan. 89 1 8 Sept.98 
27 July 8oi4Jan. 8y ' 8 Sept. 98 
22 Oct. 81,24 Dec. 90 1 13 Sept. 98 

I27 July 80 14 Jan. 89 1 14 Sept.98 
'27 July 80 15 Feb. 89' 14 Sept.98 
Si 1 July 81 3 Sept. 90 28 Sept.981 
10 May 82, 12 Apr. 9^29 Sept. 
6 Feb. 84 i3 May 92129 Sept. 
27 July 80 15 Feb. 89 30 Sept.98 
27 July 80 16 Feo. 89 6 Oct, 

1 Sept. 80 20 Nov. 89 6 Oct. 

6 July 87! 12 Oct 



WEEN 
PLACET) ON 
HALF PAT. 



22 Jan. 81 



5 Oct. 78 12 Apr. 79 6 July 87 ! i2 Oct. 98 

19 Oct. 78J 1 July 81 24 Aug. 87JT5 Oct. 

23 Oct. 80 1 July 81 11 Nov. 89115 Oct. 

I 6 May 85 9 Dec. 92'isOct. 98 

27 July 80 16 Feb. 89, 19 Oct. 98 

' 1 Sept. 80 23 Mar. 91I21 Oct. 98 

27 July 80 18 Mar. 89I31 Oct. 98 

'27 Jan. 83 7 Dec. 911 2 Nov. 98 

13 Aug. 79 4 Feb. 81 «6 0ct. 85! 7 Nov. 98 
30 Jan. 84 6 Nov. 89! 16 Nov. 98 

1 July 81 11 Dec. 89' 16 Nov. 98 
25 Aug. 83 26 Mar. 91I16 Nov. 98 

10 Nov. 86 7 Jan. 92 16 Nov. 98 

12 Nov. 84 27 July 92 16 Nov. 8 

14 Sept.87 14 Sept. 90 15 Oct. 92 16 Nov. 98 

in Oct. 82 ! 2i Dec. 92 16 Nov. 98 

14 Sept.87'31 July 89! 5 May 93 16 Nov. 98 

jio Nov. 86' 14 Aug. 9j 16 Nov. 98 

5 Feb. 87, 1 Jan. S9 17 Mar. 94 16 Nov. 98 

I25N0V. 85 1 Sept. 94 16 Nov. 98 

I 1 Sept.84115 Dec. 94 16 Nov. 98 

I 9 Dec. 84' 5 Jan. 95 16 Nov 98 

I 6 May 85 ? Mar. 95 16 Nov. 98 

i29 Apr. S5 1 Apr. 95 16 Nov. 98 

25 Aug. 86(31 Dec. 95 16 Nov. 98 
I 10 Aug. 9i'i4 Dec. 96 16 Nov. 98 
»' 13 Jan. 92 19 Nov. 97 16 Nov. 9S 
! 1 Apr. 93179 May 98 16 Nov. 98 
1 22 Dec. 79 4 Dec. 89 4 Dec. 90 
! 7 Aug. Sol 4 Dec. 89 4 Dec. 98 
I27 May 8o[ii J;in. 89 6 Dec. 98 
1 27 July 80120 Mar. 89 9 Dec. 98 



S A'.ig. 041 



Majors. 



; COHNET, 
2nd LIEUT. LIEUT. 

orExsi&tr. 



;Aug. 
: Jan. 



I Aug, 
i Nov. 



Aug. 
Aug. 

! Jan. 
: Jan. 
: Jan. 
: Jan. 
: Jan. 
: Jan. 



i Feb. 
May 
: Jan. 



Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



i Apr. 
'Aug. 



Son. Robert French, Major, Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.) 
Frederick Arthur Harden, Major, West Riding Regiment 

Arthur Whvte Melville Wilson, Major, West India Regt 

Wilfred Edward Rowe, Major, West Kent Regiment (50 F.) 

Sir Henry Blyth Hill, Bart., Captain, Irish Fusiliers 

Robert George Strange, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur John Mullins, Major, Royal Artillery 

EdwardFitzgeraldBreTeton.JD.^O.Jfa/o/'.NorthamptonRegt. 

Robert Joseph Cooke, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Charles John Stanton, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Frederick Herbert Yate, Major, Indian Army 

James William Caldwell Hutchinson, Major, Indian Arnry.. 
Leonard Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrich, 3fa /or, Indian Army 

Henry Fredk. Tucker Macartney, Major, IndianArmy 

William Anson Thompson, Major, Indian Army 

Geo. Fred. Chevenix- Trench, Major, U.S. List Indian Army 
Ralph Francis Xavier M'Geough Bond, Major, R. ArtiUery 
Montgomery Launrelot Carleton, Major, Royal Artillery.. 
p.a.c. Ed. Mabbott Woodward, ifo/or,'LeicestershireRegt... 
William Cross Barratt, CMG. DSO. Major, Indian Army... 
Herbert Henry Austin, CMG. DSO. Major, R. Engineers... 
Henry D'Altoii Harkness, CB. Major, Welsh Regt. {69F.)... 

p.B.c. Richard John Strachey, Major, Rifle Brigade 

p.s.c. Fredk. Stanley Maude, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds. 

Skipton Hill Climo, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

Frederick Wyllie, Major, Indian Army 

Edward .lames Tickell, DSO. Major, 14 Hussars 

Allan Vesey TJssher, Major, Scottish Rifles 19 

Alan Mackenzie-Pendrill, Major, N. Stafford Regt. (64 F.) 6 
Alfred Granville Balfour, Jfa/or, Highland Light Inf. (74 F.)| 6 
Sir Horace W. M'Mahon,.B«i-r.,.D.S'0.ili'(7/WWelsh Fus.(2 3 F.) I 
Geo. Edw. Begbie, DSO. Captain Highland Light Inf.(;i F.) 
Chas. Macpherson Dobell, DSO. Captain, WelshFus. (23 F.) 
;>.*.'•. Archibald Crawford, Major, Royal Artillery .... 
Percy de Sausmarez Burney, Major, Royal Artillery. 

Charle3 William Bowlby, Major, Conrmught Rangers 22 Jan. 81 

Nesbilt Breillat Heffernan, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Montagu, Major, Suffolk Regiment (12 F.)... 
Edw. Duroure Pickard-Cambridge. Major, Bedfordshire ) 

Regiment j 

Bertram Witherby. Major, Yorkshire Lt. Infantry (51 F.)... 

George Olof Ross'-Keppel. VIE. Major, Indian Army 

William Moore Lane, Major, Army Or lance Dept 

Harold Hampden Rich, Major, Royal Artillery 

Murray William Joseph Ertye, Major, Army Service Corps. 
Thomas Davis, Major, Coast Battalion Royal Engineers ... 

*Edward Savona, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 

*Henry Alexander Balbi, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 

Cecil Walford Tribe, Major, Army Ordnance Department 

Charles Tyrell Shipley, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Francis Richard Maunsell, Major, Royal Artillery 
p.f.c. Herman Witsius Gore Graham, DSO. Major, 5 Lancers 
p.t.c. John MacNeil Walter, DSO. Major, Devonshire < 

Regiment , r 

p.t.c. William John Bonus, DSO. Major, Dorsetshire 1 

Regiment / 

Henry Roger Crompton-Roberts, 13 DSO. Major, h.p. Gren. ) 

Guards j 

William Charles Cox, Major, Somersetshire Light Infantry 

Ricardo Dartnell Petrie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Edwin Scott, CIE. DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Henry Edward Napier, Major, Cheshire Regiment (22 F.)... 

Frederick Temple Cole, Major, Royal Artillery 

Skerrett Edward George Lawless, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Rennell Percy-Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.n.c. James Edward Edmonds, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
Herbert William Liddell Holman, Major, from h.p. Royal) 

Marines , ) 

Frederick John Stewart Cleeve, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Staunton, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

Hugh Fortescue Coleridge, DSO. Major, North Lan- ( 

cashire Regiment J 

George Victor Dauglish, Major, East Kent Regt. (3 F.) ... 

William Ross Morton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Son. Harold William Addington,' Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Arch. Douglas Graham Shelley, Major, R. Engineers '. 

Ludlow Tonson Bowles, Major, East Surrey Regiment) 

(3>f.) : j 

Francis Glanville, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Slessor, Major, Royal Manne Artillery 

Aubrey Hamilton Cox, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

John Strachey, Maim; Indian Army 

Thomas L. W. Lucas, Major, Welsh Regimental F.) 

Albert Sandeman Tyndale-Biscoe, Major, Royal Artillery... 

William Montague Ellis, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Arthur Robinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Clavell Thring, Major, Array Service Corps 

Walter Graham Murray, Major, 3 Hussars 30 

Patrick Moir Byres, Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards 23 

Richard Stuart Alexander, Major, Indian Army 9 



1 Dec. 

1 July 
23 May 

1 July 
12 Nov. 
27 July 
27 July 

12 Mar. 
1 July 

14 May 

10 Feb. 
23 May 

1 Sept. 
29 Sept. 
16 Oct. 
18 June 
27 July 

26 July 
9 Sept. 

5 Dec. 
16 Feb. 

t Nov. 
1 July 

6 Feb. 

11 July 

27 Dec. 

7 Feb. 
1 July 

28 Apr. 
1 July 

23 Nov. 
3 Feb. 

13 Julv 
fJuly 

1- July 
1 July 
23 Feb. 
22 Oct 



80 



Jan. 
Aug 



Dec. 
Jan. 



79 6 June 79 

79 24 Jan. So 
23 Aug. 86 
23 Feb. 81 
23 Feb. 81 
29 Aug. 85 
2 Jnne 86 
20 Oct. 86 
14 Feb. 91 
12 Jan. Si 
23 Aug. 84 
23 Feb. 81 
5 Mar. S 4 

14 Jan. 80 26 Nov. 80 



9 Sept. 82 

6 Feb. 84 

I July 81 

23 Feb. 81 
18 Dec. 89 
10 May 82 
23 Feb. 81 
23 Feb. 
23 Feb. 
26 July 

1 Feb. 



1 Nov. 

I Aug. 88 14 
4 Aug. 92114 
16 Oct. 86 23 
9 Feb. 98 1 26 
1 Apr. 89 1 

8 May 89 ; 4 
1 Sept. 86 18 

19 Apr. 87 18 

11 Dec. 91 18 
22 Jan. 90 22 
22 Jan. 90 22 

22 Jan. 90 22 
80' 22 Jan. 90 22 

80 22 Jan. 90 22 
81 '22 Jan. 90 22 
8o| 1 June 89 25 
81 1 26 Jan. 90 25 

52 iS May 92 25 

53 ; Dec. 94 25 
Qo] 1 Oct. 97 25 
79, 1 Aug. 86 ( 4 

12 Aug. 911 4 

23 Aug. 95' 5 
n Feb. 99 12 

22 Feb. 90I22 

1 June 92 22 

2 Mar. 92 25 

23 Apr. 881 6 
t Nov. 901 8 
2 Apr. 95 1 8 

15 Apr. 97 J 8 

22 Feb. 99, 8 

23 Feb. 3i [10 
89 23 Feb. Si 10 

81 2 Dec. 891 11 
81 1 Aug. 89119 

9 Mar. 89 22 




o: 



Dec. 
Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
.Ian. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Ma r. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



6 4~73 

WHHK 
PLACED ON 
KALT PAT 



30 Sept.87 23 Mar. 99 



Aug, 
1 May 



So 



. Jan. 
; Jan. 
• Jan. 



23 Oct. 80 



1 July 
i July 



Jan. 
Oct. 
July 



18 Nov. 

1 Sept. 
14 Aug. 
24 Aug. 

9 Oct. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 
3 Mar. 

2 Mar 
2 Sept, 
2 July 



84 26 Mar. 99 
95 [ 30 Mar. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
1 Apr. 99 
5 Apr. 99 
5 Apr. 99 
9 Apr. 99 
92 19 Apr. 99 



;8 Oct. 85 26 Apr. 99 



June 90,30 Apr. 99 
95 



28 Oct 



01 
81 
81 18 



23 Feb. 
1 July 

1 July 

1 July 
26 July 
23 Feb. 
26 July 

9 Apr. 

i6 July 

1 Sept. 

1 Sept. 

9 Feb. 

1 Feb. 
'6 July 
•6 Julv 

5 Feb. 

1 Sept. 
*3 May 

9 Aug. 

1 July 



Sept.87 
Dec. 89 
May 90 
Aug. 87 
Oct. 89 
Oct. 89 
Oct. 89 
Jan. 90 



3 May 99 

io May 99 
10 May 99 
10 May 99 

14 May 99 
is May 99 
.5 May 9 , 

15 May 99 
21 May 99 



Apr. 90^3 Ma j- 99 

Oct. 89'25 May 99 
! Jan. 88 28 May 99 

July 87; 3 June"99 

: Nov. 87 3 June 99 
81 25 Jan. 90 3 June 99 
8x1 9 Oct. 89 8June90 
81 i Feb. 90, 9 June 99 

81 14 Dec. 87 2i June 99 



29 Jan. 041 



81 19 
80 12 

80 1 

81 2 

80 11 
8i| 1 
81, 6 
84] 19 
86! 7 
91J23 
91 17 

81 9 



Apr. 90 
June 91 
Sept. 911 
July 90! 
Aug. 86 
Nov. 89 
May 90 
Jan. 93: 
July 93 
May 96 
May 99 
July 90 



2 1 June 99 

22 June 90 

1 July 99 

2 July 99 
5 July 99 
5 July 99 

7 July 99 

8 July 99 
8 July 99 
8 July 99 

8 J uly 99 

9 July 99 



74-7 



Majors. 



UndLiEDT. 



=3 Oct. 80 
5 Oct. 80 



29 Apr. 81 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 23 Feb. 




I WHEN 
PLACED ON 
(HALF PAY 



7 Mar. 88,10 July 99; 
15 Sept.87ji2 July 99 



12 July 99 

30 July 81 ! 10 May 90116 July 99 

26 July 81 1 Nov. Sg 19 July 99 

29 Aug. S5 , 15 Feb. 91 20 July 99 

29 Aug. 8=| 1 July 91 20 July 99 

9 Oct. 80 23 July 90*23 July 99 

1 July 81 2 j July 90 23 July 99 

1 July 81 6 Aug. 90 

26 July 81 13 Nov. 89 

22 Feb. 82 29 June 90 

1 Sept. 81 1 6 Feb 92 
5 May 8o|i3 Aug. 90 

21 June 8013 Aug. 90 

2 Feb. 81 13 Aug. 90 
26 Feb. 3i 13 Aug. 90 

1 June Si ,13 Aug. 90 

1 July 81 13 Aug. 90 

1 July 3 1 13 Aug. 90 

1 July 8 1 ; 1 3 Aug. 90 1 3 Aug. 99 

i July 81 13 Aug. 90 13 Aug. 99 

1 July 81 15 Feb. 88 16 Aug. 99 

23 Feb. 81 1 1 Oct. 89*19 Aug. 99 
26 July 81 13 Nov. 89126 Aug. 99 

1 July 81:28 May 87l3oAug. 99 
26 July 81 30 Nov. 89 31 Aug. 99 



6 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 99 
y Aug. 99 
10 Aug. 99 
15 Aug. 99; 
13 Aug. 99, 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 
13 Aug. 99 



Henry TuftonGodden,Z),SY).Muyor,Bedfordsliire Regiment I ' . 

(16F.) / 1 13 

Charles Blakeway Little, Major, Somerset Light Infantry 1 

(13 F.) , 

William Pearson Davison, Major, Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) .. 
Arthur Hope Van Straubenzee, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Alfred Capel-Cure, Major, Royal Artillery | 

Edward Altert Bra.mhall, Major, Army Service Corps | 

p.* c. Edmund R. 0. Ludlow, Major, Army Service Corps...; 

Francis William Dawson, Major, Indian Army 23 July 79 

Richard Pasley Colomb, Major, Indian Army 23 July 79 

William Paul Anderson, 'Major, Indian Army I 6 Aug. 79 

Reginald Mairteville Rodwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Elys William Walton, Major, Royal Engineers \ 

p.x.e. Lewis Conway-Gordon, Major. Royal MarineArtillery 

George Herbert Weller, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

John Murchison Fleming, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

James Robert Dunlop-Smitb, CIE. Major, Indian Army ...;i3 Aug. 79 

Rol land Frederick Hart Anderson, Major, Indian Army I13 Aug. 79 

Lindsay Sherwood Newmarch, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

Edward James Carter, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

Edmund Boteler Burton, Major, Indian Army I13 Aug. 79 

William Prior, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug. 79 

John Russell Colouhoun Colvin, Major, Indian Army 13 Aug 

Mark Ralph Payne Audain, Major, Army Ordnance Dept....i23 Oct. 

John Joseph MacMahon, Major, Royal Artillery i 

Thomas Wm. Guy Bryan, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. William Evelyn O'Leary, Major, Irish Rifles , 22 Jan 

p.i c. Louis Hay Ducrot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur M. Bulkeley Jones. Major, 20 Hussars 

Bernard Francie Drake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Gnstave Vincent, Major, Royal Marines | 

Charles Aug. Mustpratt-Williams, Major, Royal Artillery ...j 

Charles William Richardson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Darracott Scott, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Louis Gordon , Major, Royal Marines ; 

Bernard Russell Dietz, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

William John Daniell Dundee, Major, Royal Engineers ...! 

Arthur Lewis Caldwell, Major, Armv Service Corps 

Charles Wallis King, Major, Army Service Corps 

Edward Thornton liuttansnaw. Major, Army Serv. Corps... 

Herbert Rowett Henry Jack, CMO. Major, Army Service') 

Corps 5 

Edward Charles Bartlett Roe, Major, Royal Marines 

Herbert de TouSVeville Phillips, Major, Royal Artillery 

Melville Walker, Ma/or, Royal Artillery ' 

Arthur Handley, Major, Royal Artillery 1 

Lewis Jones, Major, Royal Engineers ' 

James Edwin O'Hora Hamilton, Major, Royal Engineers ...j 

Shafto Longfield Craster, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis John Fowler, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Landon Dealtry Jackson, M-ijor, Royal Artillery 

Francis Slater Picot, Major (tiom Wiltshire Regiment. " 

99 F.) ; Governor Military Prison, Deconport 

Herbert Algernon Brendon, Major, Royal Artillery j 

Robert Austen Vigne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Victor Frederick Wm. Augustus Paget, Major, Royal Art....' 

p.s.c. John Francis Cadell, Major, Royal Artillery - 

John Browning Harrison Askwith, Major, Royal Artillery...' 

James Francis Erskine, Major, Scots Guards ! 

Ivone Kirkpatrick, Major, South Staffordshire Regiment .,,23 Oct. 

Edmund Graham Snow, Major, North Staffordshire Regt....i 

p.s.e. OliverS. Wood Nugent, DSO. Major, King's, Royal) ; 

Rifles j ! 

Edward Peter Strickland, DSO. Captain, Norfolk Regt |io Nov 

Charles J. Lloyd Davidson, afq;or,InniskillingFus. (27 F.)...'i3 Aug 

John David Jones Bishop, Major, Gloucester Regiment 14 Jan. 

p.s.c. Francis Arthur Molony, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Southey Neville White, Major, Royal Marines 

Alexander Donald Charters Pond, Major, Indian Army 

William George Ranger Cordue, Major, Royal Engineers... 

Thomas Bowman Nowlan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Maldion Byron Bicknell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John H. Verinder Crowe, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Molesworth Wade, Major, Royal Engineers 

Guy Audouin Carleton, DSO. Major,' Lancaster Regiment.... 14 Jan, So* 1 July 81*21 May 88 25 Nov. 99 

A ll'red Edmund Marchant, OS., Major, Royal Marines I |iSept.8i] j Aug. 90 26 Nov. 99 

Claude Cambridge Tennant, Major, Indian Army 126 Nov. 791 1 July 81126 Nov. 9027 Nov. qo 

Anthony Holbeche Short, Major, Royal Artillery j 22 Feb. 82130 Apr. 90 29 Nov. q9 

Thomas St. Clair Davidson, DSO. Major. Leinster Regt 'igDec. 83Ji2Jan. 9029 Nov. 99 

Henry_West_Hodgson, Major, 15 Hussars 6 Feb. 89 2 Mar. 91110 July 95 29 Nov. 99 



31 Oct. 83 11 Dec 

26 July 81,20 Dec. Sy 

' 1 Sept. 61 ia July 90 

i 26 July 8ij 2 Dec. 89 

16 July 81 1 2 Dec. 89 

26 July 81 20 Dec. 89 

1 Sept. 81 10 Aug. 00 

30 Jan. 86 29 Apr. 96 

22 Feb. 82 30 June 90 
10 Mar. 83 1 July 91 
29 Dec. 86 1 July 91 

23 Aug. 84 1 July 91 

14 May 84. 1 July 91 

1 Sept. 81 16 Aug. 90 
23 Feb. 81 ; 1 July 89 
26 July 81 '20 Dec, 
it July 81120 Dec 
22 Feb. 82 j 2 July 90 
22 Feb. 82 6 July 90 



22 Feb. 82' 3 Aug. 90 

25 Aug. 83I25 Aug. 94 

26 July 81 



9 Sept. 99 
9 Sept. 99 
11 Sept. 99 
13 Sept. 99 
13 Sept. 99' 
13 Sept. 99 
17 Sept. 99 

19 Sept. 99 

20 Sept. 99; 
20 Sept. 99 
20 Sept. 99 
20 Sept. 99, 

20 Sept. 99; 

25 Sept. 99 

27 Sept. 99 

27 Sept. 99 

1 Oct. 99 

1 Oct. 99 

Oct. 99 



I Oct. So 30 Mar. 81 

26 July Si 

26 July 81 



4 Oct, 

4 Oct. 

1 Jan. 90 5 Oct. 

1 July 88 9 Oct. 

4 Jan. 90 9 Oct. 
15 Jan. 90 9 Oct. 
26 July 81 ji Mar. 90 9 Oct. 
22 Feb. 82 1 1 Apr. 90 9 Oct. 
22 Feb. 82 j 2 Apr. 90 9 Oct. 
9 Sept.82; 5 Feb. 96 n Oct. 
1 July 81 j 5 May 88 16 Oct. 99 
10 May 82 21 Mar. 91 16 Oct. 99 

29 July 82} 15 Oct. 90 21 Oct 

29 Apr. 91 21 Oct. 99 22 Oct. 
1 July 81 1 Feb. 88 24 Oct, 
1 July 81 1 5 Aug. 88 25 Oct, 
5 July 82 22 Oct. 90 27 Oct. 99 

1 Sept. 82 J 1 June 92 29 Oct. 99 

1 Nov. 79 12 Feb. 81 1 Nov. 90 1 Nov. 99 

25 July 82; 1 Jan. 91 3 Nov. 99 

26 July 81; 1 Apr. 90, 7 Nov. 99 

22 Feb. 82; 2 Apr. 90 7 Nov. 99 

; 22Feb. 32!i7 Apr. 90 13 Nov. 99 

25 July 82 15 Jan. 91 15 Nov. 99 



99 



• 79 



p.t.c. Cecil Stanley Owen Monck, Major, Colds'ream Gds.... 

Arthur Reade Braid, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Marcus Yunge-Bateman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Ernest Edward Curtoys, Maior, Royal Marines 

William Kelty M'Leod, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald L'E. M'Kerrell, Major, Argyll&SutherlandHlds... 

James Deane, Major, Black Watch 

Thomas Irvine, Major, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.. 

Bernard Rowland Ward, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Cecil Petre, Major, Rifle Brigade 



23 Aug. 84 '28 Aug. 95 1 Dec. 99 

126 July 81! 6 May 90 4 Dec. 99; 

; 22 Feb. 82 12 May 90 5 Dec. 99 

I 1 Sept.82 18 July 02 7 Dec. 991 

22 Feb. 82 20 May go ; Dec. 99 

6 Aug. 79! 1 July 81! 8 Mar. 89 12 Dec. 99 

10 Mar. 83 1 5 June 90 12 Dec. 99 

22 Jan. 81 1 July 81 1 May 89 13 Dec. 99 

25 July 82J15 Jan. 91 15 Dec. 99 

9 Sept.821 1 Dec. 91 16 Dec. 99 



Majors. 



7» 



2ndLIBUT.I LIBUT. CAPTAIN. MAJOB. 



PLACED OH 
HALF PAY 



Richard Geo.Tyndall Bright, CMG. Captain, Rifle Brigade... 
Charles Vesey Humphrys, Major, West Riding Regiment... 

Francis Buchanan Johnstone, DSO. Major, Royal Art ■ 

Charles Hammond Hutchinson, Major, Royal Artillery | 

Sherwood Dighton Browne, Major, Royal Artillery 1 

Grseme Sym Dnfius, Major, Royal Artillery ; 

Edward Floranee Hoblyn, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Walker Ormiston, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Samlham Jeudwine, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Edward Bruce Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Downward Percival Lea Birch, Major, Royal Artillery ' 

p.g.c. Leonard Julius Shadwell, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 
Frederick Brvdges Major Henniker, Ma/or, King's I 

Royal Rifles '(60 F.) / 

Slade Thomson, Maior, Gordon Highlanders [ 

Charles Davidson, Major, Indian Army 

David Montgomery Thompson, Major, Indian Army 

George Murray, Major, Indian Army 

Douglas Craven Phillott, Major, Indian Army 

Frank James Brook Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh David M'Intyre, Major, Indian Army... 

Clement George Parsons, Major, Indian Army 

Haiford Claude Vaughan Harrison, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Charles Trevor Caulfeild, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Unett Coates, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Herbert Hussey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hans Stannard White, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Godby, Major, Royal Engineers 

Antoine DomiriqneThorne, Major, Lancaster Regiment 

Herbert Cokayne Frith, Major, Somerset Light Infantry 

Wilfred George Howard Marshall, Major, Grenadier Gds.... 

Lionel Combe, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Thomas Hugh Smith, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Henry Macintire Hitchins, Major, Indian Army 

George Frederick Dashwood Hamilton, Major, Ind. Army... 

Edward Ross Hartigan, Major, Indian Army I 

Herbert Alexander Kaye Jennings, Major, R. Artillery j 

Hugh Robert Adair, Major, Royal Artillery .' 

Robert Crawford Stevenson, Maior, Royal Artillery ' 

Mon. Algernon Hy. Charles Hanbury-Tracy, Capt. Royal ) 

Horse Guards j' 

Robert St. Clair Lecky, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Davidson Young, Major, Royal Artillery 

Algernon D'Aguilar King, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

p.H.c, Arthur William Gay, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

William Charles Alfred Radcliffe, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Russell Dimmore Gubbins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Hugh Butler, Major, Royal Artillery. 

Robert Fanshawe Fox, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Henry Cox, DSO. Major. Royal Fusiliers .'. 

John Ernest Bush, Major, Durham Light Inlantry (106 F.)... 

Llewellyn Humffreys Parry, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bertram Percy Portal, DSO. Major, 17 Lancers ... 

David Augustus Hailes, Major. Royal Marines 

Evelyn Rivers Henry Josias Cloete, Major, Royal Artillery... 

p.f.i: William Alleyne Maobean, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Cunliffe Owen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard William Breeks, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Frederick Herbert,!* Major, h. p. Royal Artillery... 
Algernon Hamilton Stannus GoQ", Major, Royal Artillery ... 

James Berkley, Major, R oval Artil lery 

Arthur Rice Knox, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Philio Easson Gray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Perceval Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Onslow. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Gordon Geddcs, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Lamond Walker, Major. Royal Artillery 

Henry Cunliffe Williams-Wynn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Mon. Francis Richard Bingham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lochinvar Alex. Chas. Gordon, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Hector Corbyn, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Lawrence George Frank Gordon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry George Sandilands, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stephen Lushington, THajor, Royal Artillery 

Charles Hopewell Ford, Maior, Royal Artillery 

Charles William Gwynn, CMCf. DSO. Captain, Royal\ 

Engineers / 

Louis St. Clair Nicholson, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

p.j.c. Edw.Severin Heard, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers... 

Douglas Sapte, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F.) 

Clinton Cortlar.dt Anderson, Major, Indian Army 

Chas. Newman Evelegh, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light ) 

Infantry j 

Arthur Steuart Palmer. Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Carleton H. Morrison Kirk wood, D.S'O. Major, Wiltshire) 

Regiment J 

Thos. Rawdon Rattray Ward, Major, West York Regt 

Ernest Herbert John Reay, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

P.'.r. Harry O. Devereux Hickman, Major, Inniskilling> 

fusiliers..... j 



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I 9 Sept.82;ig Sept.88[i8 

22 Feb. 82 23 May 90 18 



22 Feb. 82 
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27 June 82 
22 Feb. 82 



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22 Feb. 82 12 May 90 
22 Feb. 82 1 Jan. 91 
25 July 82' 13 Feb. 01 
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20 July 82 25 Sept. 89' 



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! 9 Sept. S2 8 Apr. 92J 9 
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80I 1 July 81 j 14 Jan. 91114 
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8o i 1 July 81J14 Jan. 91I14 
80 1 July 81 14 Jan. 91:14 
25 July 82 10 Feb. 91:17 
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25 July 82 13 Feb. 9ij23 
25 July 82,28 Feb. 91,23 
25 July 82! 11 Mar. 91 23 
1 Oct. 82 4 May 91 24 
23 Oct. 80 1 July 81! 2 Oct. 83 23 
28 Jan. 8223 Sept.87127 
23 Aug. 84 23 Jan. 96 28 
10 Mar. 83 29 Apr. 92 29 
80 2 Feb. 81I31 Jan. 91 31 



31 Jan 
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80 3 Mar. 81 31 Jan. 91 31 

80 1 July 81 31 Jan. 91 31 

1 Feb. So; 1 Feb. 911 1 

25 July 82 2 July 91 1 

25 July 82 25 July 91 1 

25 July 8225 July 91 1 

28 Dec. 92 18 Apr. 94)21 Feb. 00 2 

, July 82; 3 June 91 3 
25 July 22 30 July 91 3 

25 July 82 23 Sept.oi, 3 
1 Oct. 82 1 Oct. 91 3 
1 Oct 82 7 Oct. 91 3 
1 Oct. 82 22 Oct. 91 3 
i Oct. 82 1 Nov. 91) 3 
1 Oct. 82J 4 Nov. 91 1 3 

12 Nov. 84 15 Mar. 92! 3 
23 Oct. 80 1 July 81 17 Apr. 89 7 
23 July 82 3 Sept.91! 7 
^9 Aug. 85 1 Jan. 95J 8 
1 1 Sept. 82: 8 Sept. 92 10 
1 Oct. 82 4 Nov. 91,13 
14 Feb. 83 4 Nov. 91 '13 
14 Feb. 83 23 Nov. 91 13 
14 Feb. 8330 Nov. 91:13 
14 Feb. 83; 2 Dec. 91 13 
14 Feb. 83I27 Jan. 92113 

14 Feb. 83I 1 Feb. Q2 13 
28 Mar. 83 79 Mar. 92 13 

26 June 83I19 Mar. 92 13 
28 July 83,13 May 92 13 
28 July 83I18 May 92:13 
28 July 83 27 July g2|T3 
28 July 83 jo Aug. 92 13 
28 July 83 10 Aug. 92 13 
28 July 83 r S Aug. 92 13 
28 July 83 1 Oct. 92' 13 
28 July 83 14 Dec. 92 13 

i Aug. 83 10 Jan. 93 13 

15 Feb. 84! t 8 Jan. 93 13 
15 Feb. 84I19 Jan. 93 13 
15 Feb. 84 1 Feb. 93 13 

15 Feb. 92 15 Feb. 00 16 
22 Oct. 81 1 Apr. 89 17 
10 Mar. 831 1. 1 May 92 17 
9 May S5U4 Oct. 02' 17 
x8 Feb. 91 18 

14 Aug. 89 19 
12 Feb. 90 21 
18 Jan. 38 22 

2 Dec. 89 23 

4 June9o|24 

28 Aug. 89 25 



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18 Feb. 80 

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14 June 82 

22 Oct. 8 1 
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Majors. 



2IldLIEUT 



Edward Leigh Holloway, Major, Indian Army 

Archibald Hawksley Rutherford, Major, Dublin Fusiliers .., 

Godfrey Leicester Hibbert, Major, Lancaster Regiment 

Donald Guy Prendergast, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. ( 82 F.) . . 

Herbert Vaughan Kent, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Newsham Trotman, Major, Royal Marines 

Hepworth Arthur Hill, Major, West India Regiment 

Edward Silver Strickland, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Frederic James Heyworth, DSO. Major, Scots Guards 

George Bohun Macauley, Captain, Royal Engineers . 

Horry Campbell Cliads.Mry'or, SouthStaff ordshireRegiment. . 

Lionel Grant Oliver, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Francis Jas. Leigh Howard, Captain, Army Service Corps.. 

Charles Robert Dyer, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Gerald Aylmer Cox, Major, Royal Marines 

Lancelot Graham, Major, Royal Artilleiy 

James M' Call Maxwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Disney John Menzies' Fasson, Major, Royal Artillery. ■ 
p.s.c. William Thomas Furse, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery .. 

George Hessing Geddes, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Archibald Samuel Daiilop, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles HaroldKilner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Moncrief Lachlan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Capel Molyneux Brunker, DSO. Major, Lancashire Fus 

Julius Henry Goodwyn, Major, Welsh Regiment (69 F.) 

Arthur Reg.Hoskins, DSO. Captain, N. Staff ordRegt.(9S F.).. 
Hugh de Berdt-Hovell, DSO. Major, Worcestershire Regt... 

Eyre Houston, Major, Royal Engineers 

Philip Orde Sandilands, Major, Army Service Corps 

Burdett Edward Morony, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Baker Brown, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Shewell Cooper, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Slade Baker, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Irvine Lang-Hyde, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Gray Lawrie, Major, Royal Engineers 

David Melville Babington, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Bruce Foote, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arnaud Clarke Painter, Maior, Royal Engineers 

William Whicber Cookson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Thornbill Bell, Major', Royal Artillery 

Francis Torriano Fisher, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harold Carlton Wetherall Eteson, .Ma/or, Royal Artillery 

Francis Henry Synge Giles, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Broke, Major, Royal Engineers 

lohn Spottiswoode Purvis, Major, Royal Engineers 

Fred. George Francis Brownej Major, Warwick Regiment... 

Arthur Edwin Cuming, Major, Army Service Corps 

Harry Lionel Humphreys, Major, Army Service Corps 

St. John William Topp Parker, Major, Army Service Corps... 
Robert Edmund Lowndes Radclifie, Major, R. Artillery .. 
Gerald Alfred Norcott, Major, North Lancashire Regiment... 

Hubert Rou<e, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Gardiner Humphreys, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery .'. 

Henry Francis Askwith, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Francis White, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Templer Cooper, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Edward Norris, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert William Wilberforce, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

Wm. James Smyth Fergusson, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

p.s.c. Thomas Percival England, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Herman Bonham-Carter, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Tritton, Major, Indian Army 

Fred. William George Wadeson, Major, Indian Army 

St. John Louis Hyde du Plat-Taylor, DSO. Major, R. Art.... 

Edwaid Parry Lambert, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Arthur Johnstone Richardson, Major, East York Regt.... 

Charles Battiscombe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Egerton Stewart Cleeve, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Middleton Rogers, DSO. Major, 1 Dragoons 

Henry Haggard, Major, East Yorkshire Regiment 

Steuart Menzies, Major, Royal Fusiliers (7F.) 

George Edward Pereira, DSO. Major, Grenadier Guards 

George Oolbourne Nugent, Ma,jorjlrish Guards 

Charles Stuart Rose, Major, Royal Engineers 

Montague Mark Noble, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Oswald Smeaton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Stannus Hamilton, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

HumplireyMartmTwynam,.D.S'O..M<yor,E. Lancashire Regt.... 

Hon. Heniy Granville Heneage, DSO. Major, 12 Lancers 

Ernest Frederick Taylor, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Lyon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ewan Cornwallis Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Frederic Hall, Major, Ro.yal Artillery 

Hugh Davie White-Thomson, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery.. 
George de Wet Verner, Major, King's Own Scot Borderers... 

p.s.c. Arthur Warre Elles, Major, Yorkshire Lt. infantry 

Arthur Cecil Currie, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George T. Forestier-Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Cathcart Staveley, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Frederick Noel Birch, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry O'Donnell, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment 



25 Feb. 80 
22 Jan. 81 



8 Mar. 89 
25 Oct. 
13 Aug. 70 
29 Nov. 90 
11 Aug. 80 



8 June 87 
19 Feb 



May 87 
13 A ug. 79 



23 Oct. 

22 Feb. 79 

May 91 



£7 Apr. 80 
1 7 Apr. 80 



1 July 81 
1 July 81 
6 Feb. 84 
5 Dec. 83 

14 Feb. 3-: 
1 Sept. 82 
8 May 89 
1 July 81 
s Dec. 3 3 

8 Mar. 92 
1 July 81 

21 July 8c 
1 Oct. 93 
1 July 81 
1 Sept. 82 

15 Feb. 84 
15 Feb. 34 
15 Feb. 84 

5 July 84 
5 July 8 4 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 

5 July 84 
1 July 81 
1 Dec. 3o 

9 Jan. 95 

6 Feb. 84 
14 Feb. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
14 Feb. 3 3 
14 Feb. 83 

5 July 82 

1 Oct. 82 

26 June 83 



•.5 Feb. 91 
4 Mar. 91 
.9 Aug. 91 
22 Jan. 90 
:2 June 91 

28 Sept. 92 
22 Dec. 94 

6 Mar. 91 

29 July 96 
8 Mar. 00 

29 Dec. 88 
18 Sept. 87 
24 Jan. 98 
21 Nov. 88 
20 Nov. 92 
16 Mar. 93 
1 Apr. gi 



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25 Feb. 00 

27 Feb. 00 

28 Feb. 00 
1 Mar. 00 
1 Mar. 00 
3 Mar. 00 
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7 Mar. 00 
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10 Mar. 00 
14 Mar. 00 
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14 Mar. 00 
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15 Mar. 00 
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1 Apr. 93 15 Mar. 00 
30 May 93 15 Mar. 00 
26 June 93.15 Mar. 00 
•8 Junegi'is Mar. 00 
t Aug. 93J15 Mar. 00 
9 Aug. 93 15 Alar. 00 
7 Feb. 88 17 Mar. 00 



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20 Mar. 00 
26 Mai-. 90 

June 91 

1 July 91 
13 July 91 

6 Aug. 9: 
1 Oct. 91 
1 Oct _ 
1 Oct. 91 



28 July 83 1 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. 92 7 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. 82 12 Oct. 91 

28 July 83 18 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. 32 22 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. 8222 Oct. 9 
1 Oct. 82 29 Oct. 9 
1 Oct. 82*29 Oct. 9 
1 Oct. 82 29 Oct 
8 July 83 

23 July 83 
7 Feb. 8=; 

15 Aug. 86 

25 Au 



6 Nov. 91 

23 Nov. 91 

24 Feb. 92 
4 June 92 

_ 4 June 92 
19 Mar. 90:15 Oct. 92 



11 May 78 
16 May 38 



13 Aug. 79 



5 July 84 
1 July 81 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 

5 July 84 
g Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 

10 Mar. 86 

6 Feb. 84 

7 Feb. 85 

28 July 83 
1 July 8i 
1 July 81 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 34 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Dec. 94 
9 Dec. 84 
7 Feb. 3 5 

to Mar. 83 
10 May 82 
3 Aug. 84 
7 Feb. 85 
14 Feb. S3 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 

22 Oct. 81 
30 Mar. 81 
18 Sept.89 

23 July 80 
9 Dec. 3 + 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
1 Jan. 81 

10 Mar. 85 
1 Oct. 82 
9 Dec. 84 

29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
co May 82 



14 Sept. 93 
14 Dec. 87 
4 Oct. 93 

14 Oct. 93 

15 Nov. 93 
3 Jan. 94 

10 Feb. 94 
14 Mar. 94 

16 Dec. 96 
29 June 90 

21 Nov. 92 
2 Dec. 91 

17 Apr. 91 
17 Apr. 91 

22 Mar. 94 



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29 Mar. 00 
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7 Apr. 00 
11 Apr. 00 
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14 Apr. 00 
17 Apr. cm 
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1 Apr. 94J18 Apr. _. 
26 Feb. 89(19 Apr. 00 

1 Apr. 94J23 Apr. 00 
9 May 94:23 Apr. 00 

>5 Nov. 91.28 Apr. 00 
26 Apr. 89I29 Apr. 00 
19 Apr. gj 2 May 00 

4 Nov. 96 2 May 00 

2 May 9/| 2 May 00 
13 Aug. 91 j 6 May 00 
29 Oct. 91 7 May 00 
29 Oct. 91 1 9 May 00 
22 Apr. 91 12 May 00 

1 Oct. 87 24 May 00 
17 May 9327 May 00 
6 Dee. 91 28 May 00 
10 Dec. 94 28 May 00 
25 Dec. 9428 May 00 
1 Jan. 95:28 May 00 
9 Jan. 95J28 May 00 
1 July 88 9 June 00 
6 May 91 9 June 00 
1 Nov. 91 16 June oc 



1 Feb. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 90 



8 June 00 
iS June ool 
19 June 00 
23 June 00 



Majors. 



p.s.c. Verschoyle Crawford Climo. Major, Manchester Regt 

Gerald Denne Armstrong, DSO. Major, Warwick Regt 

Cyril Prescott-Decie, Major, Royal Artillery 

J. Staples M. Lenox-Conyngham, Major, Connaught Ran. 

Charles Edw. Hyacinth Cooch, Major, Border Regt 

William Holroyd Mills, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Lawrance Farmar, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Bayard, Major, The Buffs 

Hope Biddulph, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Ambrose Cardew, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Harvey Nicholson, Major, Hampshire Regt 

Walter Gordon Wolrige-Gordon, Major, Black Watch [12 May 03 

p.s.c. Henry Lancelot Tennant, Major, Royal Artillery teg Apr. 85 

Francis William Heath, Major, Royal Artillery ,29 Apr. 85 

Edward Cecil Tidswell, DSO. Major, Lancashire Fusiliers ,io May 32 

RobertDundasWhigham, DSO. Major, Warwickshire Regt | 9 May 85 

Astley Herbert Terry. Major, Army Service Corps 10 Sept. 37J26 Mar. 9c 

Arthur Long, DSO.Major, Army Service Corps Iio Nov. S 7 31 July So 1 Jan. 93J 1 Au L 

Robert George Mathew, Major, Army Service Corps 14 Mar. S3 31 July 89 1 Apr. 93 1 Aug. 00 

p.t.c. Frederick Lionel Banon, Major, Shropshire Lt. Inf. ... 10 May 82 1 Jan. 90.11 Aug. 00 

Maitland Cowper, Majo-r, Indian Army « Aug. So 9 Sept. 82 11 Aug. 91 n Aug. oc 

p.s.c. Harry Frere Loch, Major, Indian Army ,nAug.So 1 July 8i!ii Aug. 9 i|ii Au; 

John Joseph Cronin, Major', Indian Army 11 Aug. 80 1 Ju y 81 n Aug. 91 11 Au 

Edward Grey, Major, Indian Army ,11 Aug. 80 1 July Si 

p.s.c. William Arthur Watson, Major, Indian Army " Aug. So 1 July 81 

George Crane Cawootl, Major, Indian Army |« Aug. 80, 



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22 Aug. SSi 8 -Jan. 90 

I 7 Feb. 85 

I-29 Apr. S5 

22 Jan. Si I 1 July 81 

23 Apr. Si 1 1 July 3i 

I 1 Oct. 82 

1 Oct. 

23 Apr. Si I 1 July Si 

29 Apr. S 5 

. ... 129 Apr. S5 
10 May S2 



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iC Jan. 95 27 June 00 
3 Mar. 92 29 June 00 

1 Apr. 95 29 July 00 

2 Dec. 89 1 July 00 
1 Jan. 90 1 July 00 
1 Nov. 91 1 July 00 

1 Nov. 91 1 July 00 

2 Jan. 931 1 July 00 
1 Apr. 95 7 July 00 
1 Apr. 95 1 10 July 00 
1 July 901- July 00 
5 .1 une 90 26 July 00 
1 Apr. 95 2S July 00 

1 Apr. 95,2s July 00 
26 Nov. 91 31 July 00 

3 Mar. 92 1 Aug. 00 

2 Nov. 92 1 1 An; 



Edmund Charles Thwaytes, Major, Indian Army 

Algernon George Peyton, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Edmonstone Couper,' Major, Indian Army 

Henry Lowry Barnwell Acton, Major, Indian Army 

Pulteney Malcolm, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Francis Charles Grant, Major, Indian Army 

Charles S. Browne Evans-Lombe, Major, Leinster Regt, 
Reginald Ulicb Henry Bnckland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Percival Brett, Major, Royal Engineers 

James H. L'Estrange Johnstone, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Aubrey Giobon, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Alex. Liston, Major, \V. India Regiment , 

Harry Newman Morgan Thoyts, Major, 3 Hussars 

Thomas George Powell Glynn, CMG. Major, Liverpool / 
Regiment 5 



11 Aug. 80! 1 July 81 
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11 Aug. 91; 11 Aug. 00 
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11 Aug. 91 1 11 Au 
11 Aug. 91 11 Au 



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1 1 Aug. Sol 1 July 81 11 Aug. 91 11 Aug. 00 
11 Aug. So| 1 July 81 11 Aug. 91 in Aug. 00 
n Aug. So 1 July 81 11 Aug. 91 11 Aug. 00 

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'28 July 83 31 Dec. 9112A.UK.00 
28 July 83 31 Dec. 91 12 An; 
15 Feb. 84 2 Jan. 92 12 Au 
15 Feb. 84 6 Jan. 92I12 Au^ 
22 Aug. 88 : 1 June 90 27 Mar. 95 1 5 Aug. 00 
'23 Aug. S4 1 Mar. 93 22 Aug. 00 

6 May 85 16 Jan. 91 1 Sept. 00 

25 Aug. 86 1 a Feb. 93, 1 Sept.oc 



William Pollok Morri- Pollok-Morris, Major, 18 Hussars ... 

Arthur John Hamilton Luard, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regt. 10 May 82 ■ May So 8 Sept. 00 

TS€ Lewis Stratford Tollemache Halliday, Capt. R. Marines! 1 Seot.89, 1 July 90 31 Jan. 9S 12 Sept.00 

Harold Arthur Lewis Tagart, DSO. Major, 15 Hussars 3 Dec. 9025 May 92 13 June Q 6 17 Sept.00 

George John Lewes de Berry, Major, Royal Artillery ! j 1 Oct. S2 4 Nov. 91 1 19 Sept.00 

Francis Barrow Pearce, CMO. Major, West York-) 25 Aug. 86 

shire Regiment S\ """ 

John William Vincent Carroll, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 10 Oct. 91,13 June 94 
Frederick Algernon Geo. Young Elton, Major, R. Artillery J29 Apr. S 



Arthur Reynold Reyno'ds, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Anderson Dealy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Patrick Riners Mantel), DSO. Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Henry Osman Vincent, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles William Brownlow, Major, Royal Artillery 

Malcolm Sydenham Clarke Campbell. Major, R. Artillery 

Francis Richard Drake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Duffus, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Hdskyns Abrahall, Major, Royal Marines 

Cecil Charles James Pery, Major, Royal Engineers 



15 Feb. 84 
15 Feb. 84 
25 Aug. Si 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 32 
14 Feb. 83 

14 Feb. 83 
30 June 85 
I 1 Feb. 83 

15 Feb. 84 



Henry Coming, Major, Indian Armv [23 Oct. So: 1 July 8 

William Alex. Wickede Strickland, Major, Indian Army ... 23 Oct So 1 July Si 

William Wyiie Norman, Maior, Indian Ariny 23 Oct. So- 1 July 81 

William Joi.n M'Wliinnie, Major, Irish Rifles 19 Fell. 81' 1 July 81 

.. 16 Sept. 85 

j 1 Feb 

1 Feb. 83 

13 Aug. 79 2 Apr, 

j 1 Sept.86 

16 Nov. 87 5 June 89 
19 Dec. 83 



Frederick Potts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Edward Chown, Major, Royal Marines 

James Rainey Goddard, Major, Royal Marines 

p.t.c. Richard Narrien Gamble, DSO.Major, Berkshire Regt. 

Francis Lee, Major, 4 Hussars 

William Irvine Stewart M'Cormick.JLfa/oc, Army Ser.Corps 

Edward Keane Ridley, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Joseph Reginald Wilson, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Calvert, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles James Ussher Morris, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis William Drummond Quinton, Major, R. Artillery 
p.t.c. Neville Douglas Macdonald, Major, Wiltshire Regt 
Harry Marion Welstead, Major, Leicestershire Regt 

Rowland Brinckmau, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

William Milward Watson', Major, W. Riding Regt 

Edward Alfred Daubeny, Major, E. Lancashire Regt 

p.t.c. Leonard A. H. Hamilton, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 

Frederick Gore Anley, Major, Essex Regiment 

p.t.c. Evelyi. W. M. Norie, Major, Middlesex Regiment ... 

David Gillespie Wemyss, Major, Royal Scots 

Harold Bridgwood Walker, DSO. Major, Border Regiment 

JKercy John Bellamy, Major, Border Regiment 

p.t.c. Henry Joseph Everett, Captain, Somerset Light Inf. 

Frank G. Lagier Lamotte, Major, Oxfordshire Light lnf... 

Henry Wells-Cole, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry 

p.t.a. John Maximilian Vallentin, Capt. Somerset Lt. Inf... 

Alured Yarker Barton, Major, Army Ordnance Departmt. 



22 Jan. 



6 Sept. 85 
16 Sept. 85 
16 Sept. 8 

16 Sept. 85 
22 Oct. 81 

22 Oct 
1 July 81 

7 Feb. S 5 
12 Nov 
10 Mar. 83 

23 Au 
25 Aug. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
14 May 84 
25 Aug. 83 

17 Feb. 85 
25 Aug. 83 
23 Aug. 84 

7 Feb. 85 
1 Sept. 81 



5 July 93 1 g Sept.00 

14 May 00,: 9 Sept.00 
3 Apr. 93/22 Sept.00 
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Walter Dennistoun Sellar, Major Kind's Own Scottish Bd. 

Arthur Robert Gilbert, DSO. Major, Sussex Regiment 

Francis Harrison Trent, Captai'i, E. Lancashire Regiment 

Havelock Hudson, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Astley Smith, Major, Shropshire Light Infantry... 

Francis George Jones, Major, Royal Inniskilling Fus 

John Little, Major, Northampton Regiment 

Francis Carle ton Logan LiOgsm, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 
p.s.c, Arthur George Marrable, Captain, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 
p.s.c. Reginald Stewart Oxley, Major, King's Royal Rifles 
Cyril Randell Crofton-Atkins, Captain, Nottinghamshire) 

and Derbyshire Regiment ( 

William Robert Jason Ellis, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 

Thomas Wyatt Hale, Major, East Lancashire Regiment ... 
George Bunbnry McAndrew, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. ... 

James Hugh Gwynne, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Edward Hopton Swayne, Captain, Somerset Light Inf. ... 

Francis Edward Glossop, Major, Leicester Regt 

Walter Coote Hedley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Foulkes Deare, Major, 8 Hussars 

Hugh Bruce Williams, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Alfred Finch Dawson, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Ernest St. George Pratt, DSO. Major, Durham Light Inf... 
W. Scott Warley Badcliffe, Captain, Shropshire Lt. Inf. ... 
Archibald Kennedy Seccombe, DSO. Major, Army) 

Service Corps $ 

Harry Balfour Jones, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Philipps liee,Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Papillon Prest, Captain, Suffolk Regiment 

Guy Cunningham Knight, Major, Loyal North Lan- ) 

cashire Regiment 5 

Ernest Arnold Cowans, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

p.s.c. Wyndham C »a=. Knight, DSO. 3Iajor, Indian Army.. 
p.s.c. Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Cajytain, Somersetshire ( 

Light Infantry ) 

Harry Triscott Brooking, Major, Indian Army 

p,».c. Lewis Frederic Green-Wilkinson, Major, Rifle Brig... 

Ward Sausmarez Carey, Captain, West Yorks Regt 

Thomas R C. Hudson, Major, Royal Garrison Art 

John Henry Twiss, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Algernon Francis H. Ferguson, Captain, 2 Life Guards 

Herbert Carington Smith, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

H.S.H. Adolphus, C. A. A. E. G. P. L. L. Duke of Teck, ) 

GCT'O. Captain, 1 Life Guards J 

Frederick James Moberley, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Cecil Alured Rowley, DSO. Captain, Dorset Regt 

p.s.c. Evelyn William Margesscn, Captain, Norfolk Regt.... 

Hon. Henry Dundas Napier, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Hill, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Ambard Bell-Smyth, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

John Mary Camilleri, Major, Indian Army 

Michael James Sweetman, Major, E. Ycrks. Regiment 

Alfred Horsford Bingley,.BT-i-_ff(y.M". Captain, Indian Army 

Valentine Murray, Major, Royal Engineers 

Victor Staunton Sandeman, Major, 17 Lancers ..... 

Robert Wanless-O'Gowan, Major, Scottish Rifles 

George Greenhough Whiffin, Major, W. Surrey Regt 

;> ».<?. Arnold Frederick Sillem, Captain, W. Surrey Regt.... 
James Harry Stewart Murray, Major Royal Engineers ... 

Bernard W. L. M'Mahon, Major, Durham Lt. Inf. 

William Henry Olivier, Major, Royal Artillery 

William ViDcent Moul, Captain, Cheshire Regiment 

Arundel Martyn, Captain, W. Kent Regiment 

Harold Stuart Tew, Captain, E. Surrey Regiment 

Arthur Edward Lascelles. Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Theodore Fraser, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Hugh Henry Gough, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Harold M. Biddulph, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Claude Houston Stuart, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Howard Clifton Brown, Major, 12 Lancers 

Arthur William Marden, DSO. Major, Manchester Regt. ... 
Herbert Edward John Brake, CB. DSO. Major, Royal Art. 
Frederic Walter Kerr, DSO. Major, Gordon Highlanders... 

Walter Simeon Nathan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Roscoe Beddoes, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

p.s'c. Francis Charles Turner, Capt. Northumberland Fus. 

James Arbuthnot Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald Patten, Captain, Argyll & Sutherland Highlndrs. 

Charles P. Amyatt Hall, Captain, Scots Fusiliers 

Hurdis S. L. Ravenshaw, Captain, Devon Regiment 

Maurice L. MacEwen, Major, 16 Lancers 

Henry L. J. Clarke. Captain, E. Yorks. Regiment 

Reginald Byng Stephens, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Frank Ridley Farrer Boileau, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert M. Firch, Captain, Berkshire Regiment 

William D. Waghorn, Major, Rojal Engineers 

Henry John William Farrell- Palliser, Major, R. Artillery... 
p.s.e. Harold Goodeve Ruggles-Brise, Major, Gren. Guards 

G. T. C. Carter-Campbell, Captain, Scottish Rifles 

Guy Henry Gaston Mockler, Major, Indian Army 

Daniel Richard Adye, Major, Indian Army 



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82 



Ka-tace Crawley, Major, 12 Lancers 

HaDwav R Cummmg, Captain, Durham Lisht Infantry ... 

Hugh Clement Sutton, Major, Coldstream Guards 

William Somervell, Majir, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Francis Robert Patch, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Samuel Charles Ling, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Louis Hemington Noblett, Captain, Irish Rifles 

Arthur Durham Kirby, Major, Royil Artillery 

Char'es John Saekville West Major, King's Royal Rifles... 

Harry M'Xeale Patters m. Major, Indian Army 

John Patrick Cumb.rledge Hennessy. Captain, lad. Army 
p.i.c.Arth. C. Malleson Watertield, MVO. Major,Iad. Army 

Robert Erlw. Vaughan, Major. Indian Army 

"B<£ Charles FitzCl irence, Major, Irish Giards 

William A'f ed Charles Denny, Major, Army ServiceC 

Augustus M'Clmtock, DSO. Capta'in,Sea.torth Highlander^ 

Frank WormalU, Major, 12 Lancers 

Frederick Montgomerie Crrleton, DSO. Capt. Line. Regt. 

William Francis Hessey, Captain, Royal Iniskiilings 

George Vawdrey. Major, Army Service Corps 

Harry V. Gorle, DSO. Captain, Army Service Corps 

Ciarlas Bermrd Morlaod, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Charles D. Vauuhan, Captain, Border Regiment 

Percy i^cirge Kigby, Captain, Derbyshire Regiment 

p.t.c. Colin R. Ballard, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

Lewis Francis Philips. Ciptain, Kiog's Royal Rifles- 

John Gny Rotton, Major, Royal Arti'lery 

Edgar Caraac Purchas, Captain. South Wales Borderers ... 

demerit Cut Wrigley, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Robert Peel Yates, Captain. South Wales Borderers 

Edwyr. Fetherstnniaugh, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

L. Rowe-Fisher-Rjwe, Major, Grenadier Guards 

William Power Saunders, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alban R. C. Atkins, Major, Army Service C jrps 

MaletPeyt.n Phelps, Captain, Derbyshiie Regiment 

p.t.c. Llewellyn Wm. Atcherley, Uajor, Army Service Corps 

p.t.c. Henry Edward Go„'arty, Captain, Scots Fusiliers 

E. G. Godfrey- Faussett, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Alexander E. Delavoye, Captain, Army Service Corps 

Herbert Richard Blore, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Harry M'Conaghey, Captain, Irish Fusiliers 

John Etwar 1 F. Dyer, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

G. H. W. Nicholson. Major, Royal Artillery 

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p.t c. Cecil Frat cis Homer, Captain, Dublin Fnsiliirs 

George D. Cr cker, Captain, Munster Fiuiliers 

Cecil Henry r , b, Ciptain, Oxford Light Infantry 

Charles Kenyon Burnett, Major, 18 Hussars 

George Rinier de Herriez Smith, Capt , in, Indian Army ... 

Pomeroy II illand-Pryor, Ciptain, In nan Army 

p.t.c. George F. M acUunn, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery... 

John San [era Cayzer, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Fred. Barton Maurice, Captain, Derbyshire Regiment 

Fra. Rogers Dugan, Captain, Lcinster Regiment 

Roger Henry Massie, Ciptain, Royal Garrison Artillery 
Lionel K. C trlyon, Ciptain, N. StarTjrdshire Regiment ... 
Guy Stewart St. Aubyn, Captain, King's Royal Rifles ... . 
Wynyard Momagu Hall," Capt. h.p. W. Yorkshire Ret. 
Christopher R. J. Brooke, Captain, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 

Edmund Wray, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles E. T> Budworth, MI'O. Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Nevill John G rdon Cameron, Captain, Cameron Hio-hldrs 

Julian M'Carty Steele, Captain, Col lstream Guards 

Alexander Grorge William Grant, Captain, Duke of C jrn- ) 

wall's I ight Infantry | 

Em-la;, ,1: Fra, : .1.-. B f/uart M.;c~ T« crossteiihire Rest 

George Fre lenck Steele, Major, 1 Dragoons ° 

Edmund llerritt Morris, Captain, Devonshire Regiment!!! 
Henry G. Jo'y de Lo:biniere,Z).SO. Captain, Roval Artillery 
Godfrey Har ild Fi nton Wiogate, Captain, Royal Scots . 
Alft'J J--.- nlir loir Captain. Kg --jl Sects 

Jeorge Ewen Eyre Gordon Cameron, Capt. Gordon Hldrs! 
Alexander C. Stewart liarcbard, Captain, E. Surrey R»gt 
lichard Stret on de WintoD, Captain, Royal Artillery 
Vrchibald Rice Cameron, Captain, Black Watch 
FcfflBl V iughan DSO. Mz;:r :o Hass&rs 

Henry Melville Thomas, Major, Royal Artillery 

\otert Na : r fji-yth DSO Captain. 21 Lancers 
VUen B. Gosset, captain, Cheshire Regiment 

lichanl II 1 i-f ■ K. Butler, Captain, Dorset Ro-'iment 

.Iichael Francis Ifalford, Captain, Yorlc <& Lancaster Re<n 



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lew Wak< -■ m Tompson, Captain, Hampshire Re"t. 7 ' 
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M*rard Douglas, Lord Loch, MVO. DSO. Capt. Gren Gds 

iwyn Venables Hordern, Captain, King's Royal Rifles . 

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tobert Buchanan Riddell, Captain, Royal Artil ery 

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211(3 LIEDT. LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. I MAJ0E. 



Philip Wheatley, Captain, Reyal Aitilery 

Charles Gordon Falcon, Captain, Royal Engineers 

C. H. Fishfourne, Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Hugh Trevor Crispin, Captam, Northumberland Fusiliers 
Archibald Jas. Fergusson Eden, Captain, Oxford Lt. Inf... 

Imil Carl Haag. Captain, 18 Hussars 

Henry Noel St. John Maule, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Laurence Lockhart Maxwell, Captain, Indian Arm3' 

John William F. f.amont, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Son. Alex. Victor Fredk. Russell, Cap'ain, Grenadier Gds. 
Thos. H. Shoubridge, DSO. Captain, Northumberland Fus. 
John Samuel Joceh n Baumgartr.er, Capt. E. Lanes. Regt. 

Francis Hemy Guy Stanton, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Wilfred Arthur Whi'e, Captain, Connaught Rangers 

Frceling Ross Lawrence, DSO. Captain, 14 Hussars 

Robert Warren Hastings Anderson, Captain, Highland) 

Light Infantry ) 

Alexander Gordon Maxwell, Captain, Indian Army 

Alfred Gilbert Fiatt, Captain, Essex Regiment 

William Egerton Edwards, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Zord Charles Cavendish Bentinck, Captain, q Lancers 

Cecil Henry Kekewich, Major, York and Lancaster Regt... 

Hastings Ross-Johnson, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

James Walker Sears, Manor, South Staffordshire Regt. ... 
Frederick David Milw ard, Major, Army Ordnance Dept.... 

Wilmot Foster Elmslie, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Guy Louis B. da Mauriei,J5SO. Major, Royal Fusdiers 

Graham Thomas George Edwards, Major, 20 Hussars 

Reginald de Hardewhke Burton, Major, Middlesex Regt... 

Henry C. E. Westropp, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Goodricke Thomas Peacocke, Major, Worceiter Regiment.. 

Anthony Hugh Baldwin, Major, MancLester Regiment 

Herbert Radclytfc Yaughan, Major, Warwickshire Regt.... 
Arthur Elphinstone Barchnrd, Major, West India Regt. ... 
Ronald Joseph Hy. Louis Mackenzie, 12 Major, h.p. Roy.") 

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p.s.c. William Cyprian Bridge, Major, South Stafford Regt 

Joseph Scott Moore, Major, Army Service Corps 

-J. Allen Ramsay Purvis, Major, h.p. Army Service Corps 
Wm. Geo. Bertram Boycp, DSO. Major, Army Serv. Corps 

Cunliffe M'Neile Parsons, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Pole Welman, Major. Army Service Corps 

Arthur Phelps, Major, Army Service Corps 

jt.s.c. Evan Eyare Carter, CMG-. MVO. Major, Army ) 

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Charles Montgomerie Ryan, DSO. Major, Army Service ) 

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Lawrence Sturmy .Roberts, Captain, Army Service ) 

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Herbert Crofton Campbe 1 Uniacke, Major, R. Artillery ... 
Samuel Robert Llewellyn White, DSO. Major, Leinst'er"! 

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Arthur Wm. Ncufville Taylor, Captain, IndianArmy 

Lionel Thos. Campbell Twylord, Major, N. Stafford Regt. 

Richard Chester Master, Captain, King's Ro.ial Rifles 

Frederick Thornhill Ravenbill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ralph Glynn Ouseley, DSO. Major, Royal Aitillery 

Henry Arthur Pilkington White, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Edward Parker England, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Mandy Osborne Glynn, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

■Charles Mowbriy Dallas, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Cecil RyDd, Major, Indian Army 

■Charles Robert Keate, Major, Indian Army 

Augustus Blair Mnyne. Major, h.p. IndianArmy 

Stuart Hill Godfrey, Major, Indian Army 

Charles George Nurse, Major, Indian Army 

Philip James Gordon, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Cracroft Colombj 3Iajor, Indian Army 

Simpson Hackett Heresford Hobbs, Major, Indian Army... 

Herbert Arrott Browniner, Major, IndianArmy 

Alfred Lucian Phillips, Major, Indian Army 

Cecil Moncriefl Eales, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Henry Dugdale Thring, Major, Indian Army 

George William Rawlins, Major, IndianArmy..... 

Arthur Blount Cuthbert Williams, Major, Indian Army ... 

James Outram Spens Fayrer, Major, Indian Army 

Kellow Chesney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Arnold Kerrball, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

Harry Seymour Hazelgiove, Major, Indian Army 

George Russell Row, Major, Indian Armv 

Leslie Watcfield Shakespear, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Tristram Herbert Newnhnm, Major, Indian Army 

Louis Hamilton Bazalgette, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

James Mann Ransom, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Stratford Mardall, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Brooke H. Wright, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Rodolph Davies, Major, Oxfordshire Lt. Infantry... 

Walter Henry Robinson. Major, Royal Artillery 

Christopher George Oldfield, Major, Royal Artillery 



16 May 
15 Feb. 

9 Apr. 
18 May 
18 June 

1 Mar. 
i2 Feb. 
=3 Mar. 

1 Jan. 

10 Oct. 
5 Mar. 

25 July 
30 May 
27 Jan. 

7 Mar. 

7 Mar. 

11 Sept. 

26 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

8 June 



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HALPPAY. 



91116 
89! 15 
92J2I 
92121 

92 17 
QO II 
02 12 
893' 

93 - 
94! 5 
93 18 

93 

S 2 



94 



11 Aug. 80 



so Jan, 89 



30 Nov. 
14 Sept. 



22 Aug. 
Dec. 



May 94:13 
Feb. 92 15 
July 95'i7 
Jan. 95 17 
Mar. 94 24 
May 92:24 
Feb. 95 ! 15 
July 90^23 
Jan. 96,18 
Feb. 98 ' 
June 96 
Feb. 93 
Ma.y 9 5 1 
Oct. 93! ' 
Nov. 95 j 11 

May 96 28 

Dec. 90 11 
July 97| 9 
Apr. 97,12 
Jan. 91, 8 
Aug. 85! 2 
May 85 16 
July 8ilio 
Mav 83! 1 
May 83 5 
Feb. 8^ is 
Aug. 85 18 
July 81 17 
May 83 31 
Aug. 84 10 
May 84 3 
Nov. 85 31 
Nov. 90 24 

July 32 24 

Oct. 81 23 
Aug. 85 7 
Oct. 8} 7 
Apr. 91(7 
Feb. 83! 6 
May 91 1 
May 91! 1 

May 91 1 
Aug. 91I 1 



Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 
Feb. oo' 
Feb. 00 
Mar. 00 
Mar. 00 
Apr. co 
May 00 
May 00 
June 00 
June 00 
Jul;/ 
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Aug. 00J29 Nov. 00 



29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
20 Nov. 
9 Nov. 



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Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
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Jan. 
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Oct. 
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Oct. 
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May 
Feb. 
Feb. 
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July 
July 
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.00' 29 Nov. 
00 29 Nov. 
00 29 Nov. 
co '29 Nov. 
,91 J 30 Nov. 
91 1 s Dec. 
89, 8 Dec. 
.92 12 Dec. 

92 12 Dec. 
.96 12 Dec. 

93 14 Dec. 
89! 15 Dec. 
90 15 Dec. 
91,15 Dec. 
92 15 Dec. 
92 19 Dec. 
96 22 Dec. 



94 



Dec. 94 



31 Dec. 

1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 

2 Jan. 

: Jan. o 
; Jan. o 
i Jan. o 



00 5 Dec. 03 



14 Sept. 02 




22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan 
22 Jan 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan 
22 Jan 
22 Jan 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan, 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan, 



23 July 04 



Majors. 



85 



2ndLIBUT.! LIEUT. CAPTAIN. ' SIAJ0K. 



20 Feb. 95 26 Aug. 96 12 May 00 20 Feb. 01 

1 May 78 17 Apr. 81 4 Sept.89 23 Feb 

2 Mar. 01 
4 Mar. 01 

23 Aug. 84 7 Die. 92 



I 6 Feb. 84 29 Sept.92 
25 Aug. 86 27 Jan. 95 



9 Mar. 

it Mar. 01 
12 Mar. 01 



Oswald Charles Williamson, Major, Royal Artillery 14 Feb. 83 1 Jan. 92 15 Feb. 01 

".Vilbraham Thomas Davies, Captain, Army Ordnance Dept. 23 May 1 July 81 7 May 87 16 Feb. 01 

William Henry Booth, DSO. Major, The Buffs 10 May 82 2 Jan. 93 16 Feb. 01 

Frederick Dymoke Murray, Captain, Black Watch I 5 Dec. qi 29 July 96 13 Nov. co'i7 Feb. 01 

Charles Allen Brown, Major, Indian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 July 81 19 Feb. 92^9 Feb. 01 

Reginald Frederick Robert Formby, Major, Indian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 July 81 19 Feb. 92*19 Feb. 01 

Alfred Shipton Rooke, Major, Indian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 J Hy 81 19 Feb. 92 19 Feb. 01 

Henry Ward Lowry, Major, Iniian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 July 81 19 Feb. 92 19 Feb. 01 

William Myers Dawes, Major, Indian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 July Si 19 Feb. 92 19 Feb. 01 

Edmund Martin Reed, Major, Indian Army 19 Feb. 81 1 July 81 tj Feb. 9219 Feb. o 

Basil Thorold Buck'ey, Captain, Northumberland Fus. ... 
p.s.c. Stephen Tkomas Banning, Major, Lloyal Munster ) 

Fusiliers > 

Morton Calverley Coles, Major, West Surrey Regiment ... 

Arthur F. Dawkins, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Angus Falconer Douglas-Hamilton, Major, Cameron > 

• Highlanders ) 

William Belk, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

George Glas Sandeman Carey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Lionel James, Major, Manchester Regiment , 

Henry Edward Dering. Major, Scots Guards 

Sherard Haughton Godman, DSO. Major, Scots Guards .. 
Charles Conran East. Major, Warwickshire Regiment 

Harry Vere Benett, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Herbert Edward Scoek dale, Major, Royal Artillery ] 

Fitzmaurice Thos. Favre Seoones, Major, R. Fusiliers ' 

Thomas Astley Cubitt, DSO. Captain, Royal Artillery 13 Feb. 91 

Robert James Goodall Elkington, Major, K. Artillery 

Ralph Arthur Kaye, Major, Royal Artillery ' 

Haldane Burney Rattray, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 29 Mar. 9c 

Joseph Cameron Rimington, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cyril Harcourt Roe, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Clement Carey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Frederick Close, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Joseph de Courcy Lallan, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Montague Harper. DSO. Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Ernest A. Tudor Tudor, Major, Roval Engineers 

p.s.c. George M. W. Macduiogh, Major, K. Engineers 

Charles Louis Shubrick, Major, Royal Mirines 

Arthur Townley Butler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Cecil Daniel, Major, Royal Scots 

Arthur Fox Pullen, Major, Roval Artillerv 

John Ford Elkington, Major, Warwickshire Regiment 

Frederick Leonard Sharp, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles James Morse, Major, East Lancashire Regiment .. 

Walter de Sausmarez Cavley, Major, W. York Regt 

John Palflv Brewm, Major, Royai Engineers J 

Roll.) Estouteville Grimston, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 

Michael Augustus Tighe, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 

Herbert Edward Boileau, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 8i : 1 July 81 23 Apr. 92 

Ferdinand Cospatric Logan-Home, Major, Indian Army ... 23 Apr. 81 1 July 81 23 Apr. 92 



PLACED OH 



i5 Feb. 01 



30 Jan. 89 11 June 90 iS Apr. 94 

W7 Feb. 86 2juneq6 

I 6 May 85 18 Mar. 92I13 Mir. 01 

30 Jan. 86 15 Nov. 97 16 Mar. 01 

9 Mar. 87 15 May 89 2 Feb. 98^16 Mar. 01 
30 Jan. 36 6 Aug. 92 16 Ma-. 01 

25 Aug. 8330 Nov. 92 16 Mar. 01 
17 Feb. 86 2 June 96 16 Mar. 01 

6 May 85 28 Oct. 96 16 Mar. 01 
1 July 81 29 July 85 24 Mar. 01 
17 Feb. 86 n June 96 25 Mar. 01 

14 Feb. 83 27 Jan. 92 27 M u\ 1 
1 Mar. 92 29 Mar. ct 30 Mar. 01 

15 Feb. 34 27 July 92, 1 Apr, 
15 Feb. 84 27 Aug. 92 

26 June 84 1 Oct. 92 
5 July 84 1 Oct. 92 
5 July 84 1 Oct. 92 
5 July 3 4 1 Oct. 92 
5 July 84' 7 Oct. 92 1 Apr. 01 
5 July 84 21 Oct. 92 1 Apr. 01 
1 Feb. 33 5 Dec. 93 1 Apr. 01 

17 Feb. 86 15 June 96 1 Apr. 01 

10 Dec. 8-< 26 Apr. 93 3 Apr. 01 

14 Feb. S3 27 Jan. 92 10 Apr. 01 

30 Jan. 85 25 Jan. 93' 10 Apr. 01 

17 Feb. 86 iS June 96 12 Apr. 01 

1 July 81 1 Nov. 9<M3 Apr. 01 

10 Mar. S3 23 May 90 15 Apr. 01 

5 July 84 5 Nov. 9217 Apr. 01 

1 July 81 23 Apr. 92 23 Apr. 01 

1 July 81 23 Apr. 92 23 Apr. 01 

23 Apr. 01 



1 Apr. 01 
1 Apr. 01 
1 Apr. 01 
1 Apr. 01 
1 Apr. ot 



14 Jan. 8c 



Georgo William Shafto Hawks, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 8i ! 1 July 8: 23 Apr. 92 

Cecil Davis, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 1 July " 



Charles Henry Clements, Major, Indian Army 

John Edward Pine-Coffin, DSO. Captain, North Lanca- > 

shire Regiment ( 

Richard James Saumarez, Major, Roval Marines 

George William Dowell, Major, North Lancashire Re"t. ... 
Charles J. E. A. M'Arthur.'j/fi/o/-, K. 0. Scottish Bordrs... 

Frederic E. G. Skey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Perceval Ashwortti, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Deschamps Uhamier, Major, Connauu-ht Rangers ... 

Julius Ralph Young, Major, Royal Engineers 

David Mercer, Major, Royal Marines 

Angus John M'Neill. Captain, Seaforth Highlanders ......... 

Norman Tom NickalU, Major, 17 Lancers 

Henry M. Graham, Major, S. Wales Borderers .. 

Cecil Bargrave Colliugs, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Henry Waring, Major, Army Ordnance Department 

Kenneth Combe, Major, Royal Artillery ...". 

Henry H. E. Hitchius, Major, Manchester Regiment .... 

Henry John Downing, DSO. Ma/or, Irish Regiment 

Alex. Francis Mackenzie, Major, Argyll and Sutherland) 

Highlanders ( 

Wallace C. R. Stratton, Major, Indian Army 

Jobn Archibald Houison-Cranfurd, Ma/or, Indian Army ..] 

Harry Troup Brovm, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Marling Cartwri'ght, Major, Indian Army '.. 

p.s.c. Benjamin Holloway, Major, Indian Army '.. 

p.'.'-. FitzJames Maine Edwards, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

William Maxwell Cirpeudale, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Yule Crommelin, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Pennefather Warren', Major, Indian Army ,..'...'.'*.'.'.. 

George Ranier Crawford, Major, Indian Army 

Leonard John Mathias, Major, Indian Army ,„.] , 

Charles Clements Reid, Major, Indian Army ..................... 

WHIiam &eer£S Hathsrell Major Indian Army 

Oliver Goldsmith levers, Major, Indian Army ................ 

Edward Henry Bernard, Major, Indian Army .....'..'.....'.'" 

Walter Edward Brett, Major, Indian Army .„ 



3 Apr. 81 1 July Si 23 Apr. 92 
23 Apr. 81 1 July 81 23 Apr. 92 

10 Nov. 88 13 O.'t. 91' 5 June93 

I 1 Feb. 8316 Jan. 94 

23 Oct. 8 0| 1 July 817 Feb. 88 
14 Jan. 8o' 1 July 81; 1 Feb. 89 
5 July 84 13 Nov. 92 
15 Feb. 84 18 Jan. 92 
10 Mar. 83 15 Jan. 9o[2i May 01 
5 July 84 5 Dee. 92 21 May 01 
1 Feb. S3 20 Jan. 9t 27 May 01 



Apr. 01 
23 Apr. 01 
23 Apr. 01 

23 Apr. 01 

24 Apr. 01 

25 Apr. 01 
4 May 01 

1 3 May 01 
18 May 01 
20 May 01 



22 Aug. 97 19 Mar. 01 
11 Aug. 80 10 Nov. 86 13 Nov. 95 

8 June 81 125 Oct. 90 

22 Jan. 81 30 Tan. 84 23 Aug. 92 

I 1 Oct. 9 » 77 Oct. 91 

22 Jan. 81 17 Fe . S6J30 July 96 

25 Aug. 86 11 May 95 
22 Jan. 81 29 July 82 20 May 89 

1 July 81 31 Jan. 90 

26 July 81 '26 July 92 



22 Oct. 8i { 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Ojt. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81J22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

Oct. 81! 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 81J22 Oct. 92 

22 Oct. 8l!22 OCt. 92 

22 Oct. 81J22 Oct. 92 

22 OCt. 8l 22 OCt. 92 

28 Jan. 82J2S Jan. 93 



29 May 01 
1 June 01 
9 June 01 
12 Juneoi 
15 Jane 01 
20 June di 
1 July 01 
3 July 01 

3 July 01 

io July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
io July 01 



86 



Majors. 



Sydney Woodward Lincoln, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Pressey, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Poingdestre, Major, Indian Army 

John Thornhill, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Robert Denne, Major, Indian Army 

John Rocke Mathewes, Major, Indian Army 

David Birdwood Thomson, Major, Indian Army 

Harley M'Alpine Johnston, Major, Indian Army 

George de Sauemarez De Lisle, Major, Indian Army ... 

William Henry Fasken, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Vyvian Schneider, Major, Indian Army 

Edwin Charles Barnes Cotgrave, Major, Indian Army... 

Alexander Augustus E. Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Daniel Edward Mocatta, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Herbert Sullivan Thomas, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur George Boileau Lang, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Frederick Minchin, JDSO. Major, Indian Army 

George Benjamin Hodson, DSO. Major, Ind'an Army ... 

George Simpson Broome, Major, Indian Army 

William Loraine Conran, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Arthur Loudon, Major, Indian Army 

George James Cadell Hall, Major, Indian Army 

William Edward Albemarle Blakeney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Griffiths, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Leslie Hamilton, Major, Indian Army 

Elliot Brownlow Lang, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Irvine Wimberley, Major, Indian Army 

Aubrey Arbuthnot Jones, Major, Indian Army 

Ralph Wise Nicholson, Major, Indian Army 

Wil'.iam Frederic Shakespear, Major. Indian Army 

William George Hay Stirling, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Bate Hawks, Maior, Indian Army 

John Caillard Erck, Major, Indian Army 

William Henry Savage, Major, Indian Army 

William Alexander Oswald, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Ferguson Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

George Herbert Arbuthnot, Major, Indian Army 

John Alfred Hudson Woodward, Major, Indian Army 

Lionel Norton Herbert, Major, Indim Army ... 

Thompson M'Kay, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Charles Ryall, Major, Indian Army 

Albert Giles, Major, Indian Army 

Henry William Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

George Christopher M'Dowall Birdwood, Major Indian Army 

George Alexander Brownrigg, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur William Cripps, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Melville Crawfurd, Major, Indian Army 

George William Priestley, Major, Indian Army 

Charles William O'Bryen, Major, Indian Army , 

Guy Lushington Holland, Major, Indian Army 

Rupert Edward Sullivan, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Edward Whiffin, Major, Indian Army 

William Bens'ey Young, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Patrick Horsbrugh, Major, Indian Army 

Kenneth James Buchanan. Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Baynes, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Kennedy, Major, Indian Army '. 

Percy William Drake Brockman, Major, Indian Army... 
Francis Henry Bagot Commeline, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Aubrey Hoghton, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Gordon Cardew, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Edwin Stewart Hartigan, Major, Indian Army... 

Louis James Andrews, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Mitchell Betham, Major, Tniian Army 

Robert Morgan Falcon. Major, Indian Army 

Harold Richard Mead, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Alexander Gayer, Major, Indian Army 

John Fisher, Major, Indian Army 

James Fearnley Stewart, Major, Indian Army 

Mackenzie Walcott Baugh, Major, Indian Army....: 

Sydney Francis Crocker, Major, Indian Army 

George WyDdham Chichestei Knatchbull, Major, Ind. Army 

John Archer Loudon, Major, Inriian Army 

Robert Alexander Carruthers, Major, Indian A'tny '.. 

Charles Edward Halkett Cunne 1, Major, h.p. Irdian Army 

Henry George Bowen Raitt, Major, Iodian Army 

Charles Vaughan Mainwaring, Major, Indian Army 

Adrian John Hebron Vanrenen, Major, Indian Army 

Robert James Reid Brown, Major, Indian Army 

Sir Francis Edward Younghusband, KCIE. Major, lad. A 

Hugh Daly, CSl. CLE. Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Weston Pei'e Macdonald, Major, Indian Army ... 

Francis Hardinge Eliott, Major, Indi.n Army 

Albert Edward Woods, Major, Indian Army T 

George Edward Tempest Green, Major, Indian Army .... 

Alexander Fleetwood Pinhey, Major Indian Army 

Charles Hamcrton Pritchard, Major, Indian Army 

William Clarecne Colebrook Leslie, Major, Indian Army.. 

Frederick Doveton Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Archer, Major, Indian Army 



28 Jan, 
28 Jan. 82 
28 Jan. 82 
28 Jan. 82 

28 Jan. 82 
to May 82 
to May 82 
10 May 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 8 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
25 July 82 

29 July 82 
29 July 82 

2 Aug. 82 
9 Aug. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept,.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept 82 
9 Sept." 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept 82 
9 Sept.82 
9 Sept 82 
9 Sept " 
7 Jan. 
27 Jan. 83 
27 Jan. 83 
27 Jan. 83 

27 Jan. 83 
1 Feb. 83 

14 Feb. 83 

28 Feb. 83 
25 July 




10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
to July ot 
10 May 93*10 July 01 
to May 93 10 July 01 



10 May 93 
to May 93 
to May 93 
to May 93 
10 May 93 
to May 93 
10 May 93 
10 May 93 
10 May 93 
to May 93 
10 May 93 
to May 93 
to May 93 
to May 93 
10 May 93 
to May 93 
to May 93 
July 93 



to July ot 
10 July ot 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
to July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 
to July ot 
10 July 01 
to July 01 
10 July ot 
10 July 01 
to July oi 
to July 01 
to July 01 
10 July 01 
29 July 93! 10 July 01 
29 July 93 10 July 01 
2 Aug. 93 to July 01 
9 Aug. 93 to July 01 

Sept. 93 '10 July 01 
9 Sep'.93Jto July 01 
9 Sept.93 to July 01 
9 Sept.93 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93 10 July ot 
9 Sept.93 to July 01 
9 Stpt.93'io July 01 
9 Sept.93 1 10 July OI 
9 Sept.93 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93] 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93 to July 01 
9 Sept.93 10 J u 'y OI 
9 Sept.93! 10 July 01 
9 Sept 93 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93; 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93 j 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93 10 July 01 
9 Sept.93Jio July 01 

27 Jan. 94U0 July 01 
27 Jan. 94; 10 July 01 
27 Jan. 94I10 July 01 
27 Jan. 94:10 July 01 

27 Jan. 94,10 July 01 

1 Feb. 94 10 July ot 
14 Feb. 94 10 July 01 

28 Feb. 94' to July 01 
7 Mar. 94 1 to July 01 



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HALF riT, 



to Mar. 83 to Mar. 94I10 July 01 



10 Mar. 
10 Mar. 83 
1 10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
to Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
to Mar. 83 
Ma " 



to Mar. 94 10 July o 
to Mar. 94! 10 July 01 
10 Mar. 94 10 July o 
10 Mar. 94 10 July 01 
10 Mar. 94)10 July 01 
10 Mar. 94 j 10 July 01 
to Mar, 94 10 July 01 
to Mar. 94I10 July 
10 Mar. 94 10 July 01 
10 Mar. 94 to July 01 
10 Mar. 94 10 July 01 
10 Mar. 94 to July 01 
o Mar, 94 1 10 July 01 



10 Mar. 83,10 Mar. 94,10 July 01 
10 Mar. 8310 Mar. 94*10 July ot 
10 Mar. 83)10 Mar. 94)10 July ot 
10 Mar. 83 to Mar. 9^10 July 01 
10 Mar. 83 to Mar. 94*10 July oi| 
to Mar. 83 to Mar. 94*10 July 01 
10 Mar. 83 10 Mar. 94'to July 01 
10 May 82 18 Feb. 89*10 July 
22 Oct. 3t 22 Oct. 92*10 July 01 
22 Oct. 81 22 Oct. 9210 July 01 

Oct. 81 22 Oct. 92 10 July 01 
22 Oct. 81 22 Ojt. 9210 July 01 

Feb. 82 22 Feb. 93 to July 01 
10 May 82 to May 93*10 July 01 
10 May 82 10 May 93^10 Julj' 01 
10 May 82.10 Miy 93 to July 01 
29 July 82 ( 29 Ju y 93 10 July 01 
9 Sept. 82! 9 Sept. 93 to July 01 



10 Dec, 03 



I 



Majors. 



87 



9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
to Mir. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. S3 
10 Mar. 83 
12 Miy 83 
10 Mar. 83 
10 Mar. 



12 May 83 

12 May 8j 
12 May 8 j 
1 July 81 
S July 8 4 
10 May 82 
28 July 83 
;2 Feb. 90 
1 Apr. 90 
1 Nov. 90 



Philip Richard ThornhughGurdon, Major, Indian Army 

John Ramsay, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

James Levett Kare, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Duncan Merewether, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry M'Mahon, CIK. CSI. Major, Indian Aamy ... 

y<C John Manners Smith, CIE. Major, In^iau Army 

Arthur Francis Bruce, Major, Indian Army 

Lawrence Impey, Political Agent, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Lionel Showers, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

Charles Cecil Archibald Sillerv, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Rowley M. 0. De Rittich Mauduit, Major, Indian Army 
Augustus Arthur Malcolm Maude Faulknor, Mator, Indian > j 
Army )\ 

Nigel Gresley Woodyatt, Major, Indian Army 

Gilbert Walter Palin, Majo', Indian Army 

Arthur Fre 'erick M'inn.'Ji ajor, Mun-ter Fusiliers (19 Feb. 81 

Edmond Herbert Hills, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

William TennantBuck, Major, Durham Light Infantry I 

Algernon Winn Chald»-cott, Major, Indian Army | 

William C. Giffard Heneker, DSO. Capt. Connauglit Rangers 5 Sept.88 

Francis Churchill Quicke. Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards ' 4 May 87 

Hugh Dudley Carleton, DSO. Major, West India Regiment! 6 Mar. 89 

Frederick Baylay, Major, Koyal Engineer* 

Walter Stephen Sperauza, Major, Ro.i al Engineers ... 

Edward Arnold Edgell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sidney Henry Powell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Lionel Copley Sherer, Major, Leicester Regiment 11 Aug. 

John Philip H. M. Alone, Major, West India Regiment 1 Mar. 90 

Stephen George Moore, Major, Shropshire Light Infantry.. 

Edward Copleston To wnsend , Major, Indian Army 

Hereward Llewelyn Roberts, Major, Indian Army 

p.a.e. Charles Henry Selwyn, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Cholmeley D. Am.'Sbury, Major, Indian Army 

Charles William Field, Major, Indian Army 

Wiiliam Lockhart Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 

William Henry Millar, Major. Indian Army 

Thomas Henry Hardy, Major, Indian Army 

James Archibalu Douglas, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Edward Banbury, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Charles Fr-incis Bouichier, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Edmnnd Hatch, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Thomas Arnold dearie, Major, Indian Army 

Wemyss Hudson, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Henry Ewaro, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robeit Postance Jackson, Major, Indian Army .. 

Claude Hamilton, Major, Indian Army 

Leonard Henry Orde, Major. E>ist Yorkshire Regiment 

Charles Stewart Prichani, DSO. Major, Northampton Regt. 

William Harry Percival Plomer, Major, Royal Irish Fus. ... 

William ArtUur Churchill Grant, Major, Koyal Marine ~) 
Light Infantry ) 

Stephen Lushington Aplin, Major, Indian Army 

Chris. Reginald Buckle, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Claude Thorp, Major, Army Ordnance Department ... 

Rion Philip Benson, Major, Roytil Artillery 

Fred. Wm. Starkey Stanton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Francis W. Daniell, Major, York and Lane. Regt 

Percy Herbert Rogers, Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry 

f>.».c. Owen C. Wolley-Dod, DSO. Major, Sherwood Foresters 

Lord Douglas James Cecil Compton, Major, 9 Lancers 

Alex. Bowers King, Major, Irish Regiment 

Herbert C. St. George Molesworth. Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter MacAdam, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Rex Cook, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Edward Galbraith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lawrence Christian Gordon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lewis Herbert Warden, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Gilbert Harwood Harrison! Major, Royal Engineers 

Lionel Lewis Pile, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

Evelyn Henry Orlebar, Major, Royal Marine Ligbt Infanlry 

Percy Maclear, Captain, Dublin rusiliers ., 

David Finlay Hosken Logan, Major, Rojal Artillery 

Casmir H. C. Van Straubenzee, Major, Suffolk Rogiment .. 

p.'.c. William Kwbank, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hubert Armine Anson Livingstone, CMS. Major, Royal > 

Engineers j 

Leonard Palmer Chapman, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Burnett Ramsay, Major, Rille Brigade 

lion. Murrough O'Brien, DSO. MVO. Maior, Northum- ) 

berland Fu/iliers j 

William Arthur Boulnois, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Malleson, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Masters Usborne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick James Parker, Major, Northampton Regiment ... 

Bertram Edmund Ward, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Waller Macandrew Crockett, Major, hoyal Artillery 

Degge Wilmot-Sitwoll, Captain, Irish Rifles .' 2 

p.t.c.Uon. Henry Yarde-Biiller, DSO. Major, Rifle Brigade " 12 Nov. 

Henry Churnsido Beaumont Dann, Major, Indian Army ... 20 Oct 8 

Qnentin Oraham Kinnaird Aguew, MVO., DSO. Major,} 

Manchester Regiment f 28 Apr. 



9 Sept. 93 10 July 01 
9 Sept. 93 10 July 01 
9 Sept. 93 ro July 01 
9 Sept. 93 10 July or 
10 Mar. 94 10 July or 
ro Mar. 94 ro July or 
ro Mar. 94 ro July or 
10 Mar. 94 ro July 01 
12 May 94 10 July 01 
ro Mar. 94 10 July 01 
io Mar. 94 10 July o 

r2 May 94 10 July or 

r2 May Q4 IO July or 

r2 May 94 10 July or 

r Aug. 90 23 July or 

r Apr. 93 25 July 01 

28 .Inly 91 27 July or 

28 July 94 28 July 01 

o Mar. 97 31 July or 

6 Nov. 95 2 Aug. 01 

a July 96 3 Aug. 01 

5 July 84 r Apr. 93 5 Aug. o: 

5 July 84) 4 Apr. 93 6 Aug. 01 

9 Dec. 8419 Apr. 93 13 Aug. 01 

9 Dec. 84; 3 May 93 13 Aug. 01 

r July 8n 5 Sept. 83 14 Aug. 01 

29 June 91 [ 3 Apr. 97 14 Aug. or 

14 May 84 1 Jan. 92 19 Aug. or 

25 Aug. 8325 Aug. 94 25 Aug 01 

25 Aug.83j25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. ci 

25 Aug. 82.25 Aug. 94! 25 Aug.01 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 9 4 ' 2S Aug.or 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. or 

25 Aug.8325 Aug. 94 25 Aug 01 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83(25 Aug. 94 2s Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83125 Aug. 9425 Aug.or 

25 Aug. 83(25 Aug. 94 25 Aug.or 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 ,5 Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94^5 Aug 

25 Aug. 83 95 Aug. 94^5 Aug. or 

25 Aug. S3J25 Aug. 94I25 Aug. 01 

25 Aug. 83(25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 



Pr.ACKDOxV 
HALF FIT. 



5 Dec. 83 18 Dec. 89 
10 May 82 2 Sept. 89 
22 Oct. 81 7 Sept.88 



r Sept. 80 

r Sept. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
r 4 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 

29 Aug. 85 

30 Jan. 84 
25 Aug. 83 

2 Sept. 85 
29 July 82 
24 Feb. 83 

5 July 84 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Fob. 8 j 
14 Feb. 83 

22 Oct. 81 
9 Dec. 84 
1 July 81 
1 Sjpt.83 

28 Sept.gs'lr Mar. 97 
14 Feb. 83 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Dec. 84 

9 Dec. 84 

9 Dec. 84 

23 Aug. 84 

27 Jan. 90 

17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb 86 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
17 Feb. 86 
8 June 90' 27 July 95 



14 Jan. 80 



28 Au 

}o Aug. 01 
r Sept.oi 

1 Sept.o 

r Sept.o 

2 Sept.or 
2 Sept.oi 
2 Sept.or 
2 Sept.or 
4 Sept.or 
4 Sept.or 
4 Sept.oi 



26 Feb. 87 



r Sept 91 

r Sept. 94 
1 Feb. 92 
r Feb. 92 
r Feb. 92 
r Feb. 92 

30 Sept. 91 
r Mar. 9? 

30 Nov. 92 
5 Sept. 94] 5 Sept.oi 
7 May 90 1 5 Sept.oi 
1 Feb. 921 7 Sept.or 
1 Apr. 93 8 Sept.or 
1 Feb. 92(11 Sept.oi 
1 Feb. 921 11 Sept.oi 
3 Mur. 92 13 Sept.oi 
1 May 91 '14 Sept.oi 

22 May 93116 Sept.oi 
1 Nov. 90 23 Sept.or 
r Apr. 94I24 Sept.oi 

24 Fid). oo'28 Sept.oi 
3 Mar. 92 28 Sepc.oi 
9 Dec. 90I 1 Oct, 

26 May 93 1 1 Oct. 01 
1 July 93' r Oct. 01 

10 July 93 1 Oct. oi 

23 Nov. 92 2 Oct. 01 

29 Dec. 95 2 Oct. 01 

29 Aug. 96 9 Oct. 01 
28 Sept. 96: 9 Oct. 01 
28 Sept.961 9 Oct. 01 
13 Sepb.89 12 Oct. 01 

19 Mar. 96 12 Oct. 01 

30 Sept.9&|i2 Oct. 01 

24 Feb. 00 12 Oct. 01 
15 Oct. 93] 15 Oct. 01 

20 Oct. 94(20 Oct 



r July 95 



23 Oct. or 



Majors. 



18 Feb. 86 15 Oct. 96 
18 Feb. 86 21 Dee. 96 
15 Feb. 84 4 Apr. 02 



2ndHBUT 



Dalrymple Aibutlnot, Major, Royal Arti'lery 

Hugh Rcse, Major, Black Watch 

Francis Arthur Randolph, M-ijor, Royal Garrison Artillery 
Francis Vans-Agnew, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

p.K.c. Geo. Davey Symonds, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Frederick Stevens, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Fitzmaurice, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Thomas Raynes Laurence, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Chas. Lloyd, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 14 Jan. 80 

Arthur C-Jlville Hyde, Major, h.p. York and Lancaster Regt, 

Mervyn Henry Nunn, Major, Worcester Regiment 

George Francis H.Le Breton Simmons, Major, Royal Eng. 
p.s.c. Pownoll Ramsav Phipps, Major, Dorset Regiment ... 

Henry Elliot Voyle, Major, E. Lancashire Regiment 

Alister Grant Dallas, Major, Durham Light Inf. 

Ernest Cazenove Cobbold, Major, York and Lane. Regiment 
Norman Reginald M'Mahon, DSO. Major, Royal Fusiliers 
Edward Yorke Daniell, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Fitzroy Edmund Penn Curzon. Major, Royal Irish Rifles 13 Aug. 79 

p.s.c. Claude John Perceval, DSO.' Major, Royal Artillery 

Morgan John MacCarthy, Major, Royal Artillery 

William John Nppier, Major. Royal Artillery 

Robert Frederick Ellice. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Ingham Evered Palmer, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Webster, Major, Indian Army 

Morton Stevens, Major, Indian Aimy 

Gerhardt L'Honneux Sanders, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Henry Stanhope Sloman, DSO. Major, E. Surrey Regt. 
James Eyre Drummond Ward, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Edward Hearle Cole, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest William R. Stephenson, Major, Middles-x Regiment 
Frederick Guy Maunsell, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery ... 

Robert Muriel Sanders, Major, Worcester Regiment | 

Neville Sneyd Bertie-Clav, Major, Royal Garrison Art 

John Herbert Mansell, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

Chas. Louis Rowe Petrie, DSO. Major, Manchester Regiment j 5 Feb. 87 10 Apr. 89 
Edmund Howard Gorges, DSO. Major, Manchester Regt. .■••■■ 14 Septal 3 July " 



17 Feb. 86 30 Sept.96 28 Oct. 01 
6 Feb. 84' 22 Oct. oo'3oOct. ot 

23 Feb. 83 16 Mar. 92 1 30 Oct. 01 
9 Mar. 83 18 Mar. 9230 Oct. 01 

18 Feb. 8612 Oct. 96 lNov.oi 



PLACED ON 
HALF PAX. 



1 Nov. 01 1 
j Nov. oi| 
5 Nov. 



1 July 8i ( n Mar. 88] 6 Mov. 01 
29 Aug. 85U7 Aug. 94 10 Nov. 01 '28 Nov. 03 
28 Apr. 86' 6 July 92,13 Nov. 01 

5 July 84I 8 Jan. 93*15 Nov. 

6 Feb. 84I31 Dec. Qo'19 Nov. 01 



10 May 82 18 Mar. 91 
25 Aug. 86] 7 Mar. 92 
29 Aug. 85 : i6 Jan. 95 

23 May 85127 Nov. 96 
1 Feb. 84 16 Aug. 94 
1 July 81 14 Nov. 8S 

28 July 83J 1 Apr. 92 

24 July 86 15 June 97 
28 July 83I 1 Apr. 92 
24 July 86! 15 June 97 

5 Dec. 83 1 5 Dec. 94 
5 Dec. 83' 5 Dec. 94 



10 Nov. 91 11 Dec. 01 
19 Dec. 9419 Dec. 01 

10 Nov. 91J21 Dec. 01 
1 Apr. 92 21 Dec. 01 

11 Aug. 93I21 Dec. 01 
25 May 92121 Dec. 01 
28 May 92J21 Dec. 01 
13 Juiy 9621 Dec. 01 

6 Oct. 96I21 Dec. ot 
Philip Walhouse Chetwode, DSO. Maj<-r, 19 Hussars '20 Nov. 89' 6 Aug. 90) 7 Feb. 97J21 Dec 01 



5 Dec. 83 
5 Dec. 83 
10 May 82 
30 Jan. 84 
19 Dec. 93 
23 Aug. 84 
28 July 83 
25 Aug. 86 
28 July 83 
July 3 3 



5 Dec. 94 
5 Dec. 94 
20 Nov. 



21 Nov. oi 

27 Nov. 01 

28 Nov. 01 

28 Nov. 01 

29 Nov. 01 

30 Nov. 01 
30 Nov. 01 

2 Dec. 01 
4 Dec. 01 

4 Dec. ot 

5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 

11 Dec. 01 



Samuel Herbeit Enderb ,M ajor, Nortt mberland Fusiliers 
Ponsonby J. Loftus Tottenham, Major, South Stafford Regt. 

William Andrew Liddell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Acton Lemuel Schreiber, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

John Arthur S. Tulloch, Maior, Royal Engineers 

Usher Williamson Evans, Major, Royal Eugineers 

Edward Humphry Bland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Bingham Levita, 31 VO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Theodore Longridge, DSO. Major, Bedford Regiment . 

p.s.c. Thomas Ernie Fowle, Major, Bedford Regiment 

Oswald Henry Ames, Major, 2 Life Guards 

George Forbes Holland, Major, Munster Fusiliers 

Frederick B. Dumaresq Broadrick, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Michael Harrison Orr, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Regiment 

Arthur James Mitchell, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Cyril Maxwell Ross-Johnson, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 

p.s.c. George Kirkpatrick Anscll, Captain. 6 Dragoons 

Arthur Matthew Connolly, Major, Royal Mirme Light Inf... 

Charles Wyndham Somerset, Major, Indian Army 

Colin Finch, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Ross Rent n, Major, Indian Army 

John. Charrier Keowu, Major, Indian Army 

Peraival Godfrey Goclfrey-Faussett, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Morland Stanhope Eyre, Major, Royal Artille y 

Charles Herbert Clay, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Michael Ed. Willoughby, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Percy A. Elphinstone, Major, Ind'an Army 

Thomas Wolseley Haig, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. John Kelso Tod, Major, Indian Army 

Thos. Hume Henderson, Major, Indian Army 

Edward St. Aubyn Wake, K-i-U.G.M. Major, Indian Army 

George Alan Robertson, Major, Indian Army 

Henry John Roche, Major, Indian Army 

William Crawford Walton, Major, Indian Army 

Sylvester Bertram Grimston, Major, Indian Army 

James Herbert Bollard, Major, Indian Armj' 

William Ayerst, Major, Ii dian Army 

George Henry C. Colomb, Major, Indian Army 

Percy Zachariah. Cox, Major, Indian 4rmy 

Louis Maurice Foster, Major, Indian Army 

Allen George Medley, Major, Indian Army 

Stuart Bruce Graham, Maior, Indian Army 

Francis William Henry Cox, Major, Indian Army 

John Oliver Mennie, Major, Indian Army 

Cyril Francis Tyiel Murray, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Walter Warden, Major, Indian Army 

Montagu William Douglas, CLE. Major, Indian Army 

George J. FitzMaurice Soady, Major, Indian Army 

John Henegan, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Ernest de Vaynes Winile, Major, Indian Army 

James Petit Barnes, Major, Indian Army 

Gilbert Howell Lenny Buchanan, Major, Shropshire ) 
Light Infantry .,..,..,. , ,., ) 



14 Jan. 80 



14 Jan. 



;i Aug. 89' 9 Nov. 91! 

28 June 82 

! 9 Dec. 84 

9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
8 Dec. 84 
24 July 36 
1 July 81 
5 Dec. 83 
14 May 84 

2 2 0.t. 81 

24 July 86 

1 July 81 

28 Apr. 86 

I24 July 86 

18 Apr. 94^7 Sept. 95 
1 Feb. 84 
30 Jan. 84 
,0 Jan 



5 Aug. 96J25 Dec. 

1 Dec. 89126 Dec. 01 

14 July 93:29 Dec. 

1 Aug. 93:31 Dec. 01 

11 Dec. 93*31 Dec. 01 
1 Jan. 94:31 Dec. 01 

12 Jan. 94 31 Dec. 01 
3 July 971 5 Jan. 02 
1 Feb. 89! 11 Jan. 02 

11 Dec. 8g] 1 1 Jan. 02 
26 Oct. 92112 Jan. 02 
26 Sept. 90 14 Jan. 02 

3 July 97I20 Jan. 02 
29 Sept. 88 21 Jan. 02 
14 June 93128 Jan. 02 
21 July 97J24 Jan. 02 
10 July 01 29 Jan. 02 

5 Nov. 04 30 Jan. 02 
130 Jan. 95:30 Jan. 02 
! 30 Jan. 95|3oJan. 02 



30 Jan. 84J30 Jan. 9530 Jan. 02 
1 Feb. 84 1 Feb. 951 1 Feb. 02 
24 July 86 24 July 97J 1 Feb. 02 
28 July 83 10 Jan. 93 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95I 6 Fe'i. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 8.1 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95] 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95; 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95: 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95: 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 1 6 Feb. 95' 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84: 6 Feb. 951 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 1 6 Feb. 95] 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84' 6 Feb. 95: 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84' 6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 841 6 Feb. 95 1 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84] 6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 



6 Feb. 
6 Feb. 84 
6 Feb. 84 
6 Feb. 84 
6 Feb. 84 
6 Feb. 84 
6 Feb. 84 



6 Feb. 95; 6 Feb. 03 
6 Feb. 9;- 1 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95: 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 1 6 Feb. or- 
6 Feb. qs ! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02- 



J27 Jan. 03 30 July gi'n Feb. 02 



Majors. 



89 



!2ndLiacT. LiKur. 



14 Sept.S; 



William Alex. Bnnett, DSO. Major, N. Staffordshire Reg;... 

Edward Duncan Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. Horace Scot Davey, Major, 18 Hussars 

p.t.c. Alfred Douglas Miller, DSO. Major, 2 Dragoons 

I Clarence Dalrymple Bruce, Major, West Riding Regiment .. 
I John Frederick Wm. Boyce, Maior, Royal Warwick Regt. ... 

p.t.c. Arlington Augustus Chichester, DSO. Major, Dorset R 

Charles Frederick Lennock, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Casimir Cartwright Van Strauben ee, Major, Royal Artillery 

Donald M'Kay, Major, Royal Artillery 

. p.t.c. Ernest Sven David Goldschmidt, Major, R. lri.-h Fus. 

I Charles Ulric Sandys, Major, Royal Irish Fusiliers 

1 Hubert Atwell Lake, Major, Royal- Artillery 

I p.».c. Fredk. Annesley Dudgeon, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. 
. Charles William Patton Keyes, Major, Army Service Corps... 

I Gordon Henry Paske, Major, R yal Engineers 

> Edward Rowland Bennett Stoke-Roberts, Major, Royal Eng. 

( Henry Davies, Major, Army Service Corps 

! Colquhoun Scott Dolgson, Major, Armj- Service Corps 

I Gwynnedd Conway-Gordon, Major, Army Service Corps 

I Charles William Grey, Major, Army Service Corps 

J John Henry Chinn, District Officer, Royal Artillery 

Sidney Latimer Revnolds, Maior, Army Service Corps 

I William Edward Wingfield, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Stephen Woodcock, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Nicholas Whyte. DSO. Major, h.p. Lancashire Fas. ... 
! Rober Montgomery Laird, District Officer, R >yal Artillery 

Frederic Alexander MacFarlan, Major, Cameron Hldrs 

Bonham Faunre, Captain, West India Regiment 

I Wilfrid John. Veoour, Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

j Harry Claude Moorhous?, Captain, Royal Artillery 

ArthurMackenze Nutt Mackenzie, Captain, Roya! Artillery 

Montague Amos Foster, Major, S nner^et Light Infantry 

i Richard Lane Baylitf, Mai r, Roj al Marnie Light Infantry 
I Robtru Kellock Scott, DSO. Major; Army Ordnance Dept.... 
I p.t.c. Arthur Lynden Lynden-Bel 1 , Major, East Kent Regt ... 
' Arthur Gordon Jeffreys, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Willia-n Wilfr.d Cordeaux, Major, 21 Lancers 

Edward Dalrymple White, Mijor, Oxford Light Infantry ... 

Percy Bliss Warren, Major, Indian Army 

Fredk. John Henry Wyncl), Major, Indian Army 

George William Lilly, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur HeDry Montagu, Maj-ir, Indian Army 

Hubert St. George Thomas, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Ffrench, Major, Indian Army 

Archibald Colin Baldwin, Major, Indian Army 

p.t.c. Launcelot Richard Carleton, Major, Essex Regiment.. 

David Lorraine Wi ! son-Farquharson, DSO. Major, Black ) 
Watch 5 

Walter Bromilow, Major, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

John Henry Ansley, Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regiment 

Arthur Otway Jacob, Major, 20 Hussars 

Alexander Mullaly, Captain, Indian Army 

John Robert Ritchie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Arthur Dickinson, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

William Alexander F. Williamson. Major. Army Service { 
Corps y 

James Richard Kemmis Birch, DSO. Major, Cheshire R gt 

George JS'uttall Going, Major, S. Stafford Regiment 

Charles Camac Luard, Major, Durham Liahi Infantry 

1 p.t c. Evelj-n Ridley Bradford, Major, Seaforth Highlander 22 Aug 
i John Sharman Fowler, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers I 

Hardress Gilbert Holmes, Captain, York-hire Regiment 

p.t. c. Raymond John Marker, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds. 15 Feb. 

Samuel FitzGibbon Cox, Captain, Lincoln Regiment 

, William Arthur Tdney, Major, 17 Lancers 

: Wilfred Speddmg Swabey, Major, Army Service Corps 

Edward Spencer Nairnc, Major, Royal Artillery '27 July 

I p.t.c. George Kynaston Oockcrill, Captain, Warwick Regt...jn Feb 



captain. , mhos. 



7 Feb. 85 1 May 93 12 Feb. o? 
24Ju'y85 1 Sept.97 15 Feb. 02 



6 Mar. 89 20 June 04 19 Feb. 02 

7 Feb. 85 28 June 93 20 Feb. 02 
9 Sept. 82 30 Nov. 8S 21 Feb. 02 

10 Nov. 8' 16 Dec. 96 24 Feb. 02 

23 Aug. 84 11 Mar. 91 26 Feb. 02 

5 Dec. 83 1 Apr. 9; 26 Feb. 02 

25 Dec. £6 1 Sept.97 27 Feb. 02 

16 Feb. 87 16 Feb. 90 1 Sept.97 S Mar. 02 

22 Oct. 81 1 July 8Sj 9 Mar. 02 

10 May 82 9 Jan. 89 12 Mar. 02 
16 Feb. 87 16 Feb. 90 15 Sept.9722 Mar. 02 

29 Aug. 85,26 Nov. 93 27 Mar. 02 

1 Feb. 86 1 July 93 7 Apr. 02 



26 July 81 1 Mar. 94 
9 Dec. 84 S Mar. 94 

14 Sept. 87 1 Dej. 94 
n Feb. S3 1 Dec. 4 

22 Aug. 83 1 Apr. 5 

29 Dec. 88 1 Aor. 95 
14 Aug. 86 24 Apr. 95 

1 Mar. 90 5 June 95 
t6 Fe 0.90 1 May 97 

16 Feb. 87 17 Feb. 36 21 Sept.97 

10 Nov. 86 31 Mar. 95 

20 July 87 7 Nov. 95 

! 9 May 85 1 Feb. 94 9 Apr. 02 

-•t Oct. 91 18 Sept. 93 2 Apr. 98; 17 Apr. 02 
29 Oct. 90 16 Dec. 93 9 '-'it. 99117 Apr. C2 
4 Nov. 91 4 Nov. 94 25 Nov. 99 17 Apr. 02 
13 Feb. 91 13 Feb. 94 13 Feb. o.-> 17 Apr. 02 

J28 Jan. 82 23 tfept.87 

I 1 Sept.84 25 Jan. 95 

16 July 91 16 July 94 1 Nov. 99 

j 9 May 85 31 Jan. 94 

123 Aug. 84 1 May 91 

iio Mar. 8-j 30 Jan. 95 

I 7 Feb. 85 27 July 92 

14 May 84 14 May 9 

14 May 84 14 May 95 

14 May 84 14 May 95 

14 May 84 14 May 95 

14 May 84 14 May 95 

, 14 May S 4 14 May 95 

14 May 84 14 May 95 

10 May 82 i July 83 

6 Feb. 94! 29 Jan. 01 

14 May B4 17 May 95 
9 Sept. 82 12 Dec. 92 
9 Sept. 91 11 Sept. 95 

30 Jan. 86 ,o Jan. 97 

23 July 83 17 Oct. 92 
23 Aug. 84 23 Aug. 93 

23 June 90! 4 July 05 

22 Oct. 81 15 Aug. 88 

31 Oct. 85 1 Jan. 95126 Juneo? 

2 Sept. 35 13 Feb. 95 26 Juneo2 
ti Juue9o' 3 July 95 26 Juneo? 

6 Jan. 86,24 Sept. 95 26 Juneo: 
9 May 851S Nov. 96*26 Juneo. 
29 Sept. 90 24 Jan. 98 26 Juneo.: 

28 June 90 9 June 92 11 Mar. 98,26 Juneo:; 

10 Apr. 89 5 Dec. 94! 2 June 98 26 June 02 
9 Jan. 92I 25 Aug 9SJ26 June o 

27 July 91 9 Dec. 98(26 Juneo? 
26 June 8911 Feb. 9926 June 02 



19 Dec. 85 



1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. c2 
1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 
i Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 

6 Apr. 02 

7 Apr. 02 



21 Apr. 02 

23 Apr. o 

24 Apr. 02 
3 May 02 
5 M*y 
7 May 02 

11 May 02 
14 Mny 02 
14 May 02 
14 May 02 
14 May o> 
14 May 02 
14 May o.' 
14 May 02 
10 May 02 

24 May 02 

-8 May 02 
1 June 02 
1 June 02 

5 Juneo 

6 June 02 

7 June 02 

to Juneo? 
26 June 02 



PLACID ON 
HALP PAT. 



24 Jan. 04 



24 Jan. 04 



1 Arthur Crawford Daly, Captain, W. Yorkshire Regiment ... ' 4 June 90 7 Mar. 92 15 Feb. 9926 Juneo2 

1 p.t.c. Rpgir.al 1 Arthur Bright, Captain, Royal Artillery 27 July 89 27 July 92 27 Oct. 99 25 June 02 

p.t.c. Ernest Frederick Arby Gascoigne, DSO. Captain, 1 1 ,, mi. on.... L A t„„„ 

I Grenadier Guards .. .. ;j I23 Mar. 92.0 Feb. 97 28 Oct. 99 , 26Juneo2 

Charles Edward Corkrun, Captain, Grenadier Guards 15 Mar. 93 12 May 97,18 Nov. 99(26 Juneo? 

29 Feb. 83,19 June 91 1 Apr. 00,26 June 02 
:o Oct. 94 20 Dee. 95 12 May 0026 June 02 
3 Nov. 89 23 Nov. 92 12 Aug. 00 26 June 02 

6 June 9S 1 Jan. 01 26 June c? 

25 July 90 25 July 03 17 Apr. 01 '26 June 02 
6 May 85 21 Aug. 91(29 June 02 
29 Apr. 85 1 Apr. 94 1 1 July 02 
2 July 84 2 July 05! 2 July 02 
5 July 841 5 July 95 5 July 02 
5 July 84I 5 July 95 5 July c? 
23 May 85'i2 May 971 6 July 02 
10 Oct. 91 16 N v. 92 23 May 96 14 July 02 

15 Feb. 84 13 Jan. 93 16 July 02 

16 Fen. 87 16 Feb. 90 9 Oct. 97 21 July 02 
v> Ju y 04 30 July 95:30 July 02 



Maurice Hilliard Tomlin, Cipfai.i, Yorkshire Regiment .... 
Charles Arthur Armstrong, Captain, Northumberland Fus. 

Arthur Julius Craven. Captain, R >yal Engineers 

: Harold Arthur David Richards, Captain, Army Service Corps 
Edward Humphrey M. Leggett, DSO. Captain, Royal Eng..,. 
Paget Edward Stuart Reeves, DSO. Major, Leinster Regt... 

Charles Henfrey Enthoven. Major, Royal Engineers 

George Alexander Ward, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Willoughby Richards, Major, Indian Army 

Edward William Boudiei, Major, Indian Army 

Son. William Edwin Cavenoish, Major, Grenadier Guards... 

Alfred Alexander Kennedy, Major. 3 Hussirs 

George Tyaeke. Major, Royal Artillery 

George AKrcd Fitzgerald, DSO. Ma, or. Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry L> wi-, Major, In lian Army 



90 



Majors. 



2DdLIK0T. I LIEUT. 



Harvey Beauchamp Welman, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. 
Percy Apnew Bainbridge, Major, Army Ordnance Dept. ... 

Richard Meredith de Btrry, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Robert Frederick Broughton Glover, DSO. Major, South'! 

Stafford Regiment / 

Geoffrey Dominie Close, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry A. Mieklem, DSO. Captain, Royal Engineers i Aug. 81 

Robert Douglas Heith, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Andrew Aytoun, DSO. Major. Argyll and Suth. Highldrs. . 19 Feb. 81 
Geo. Clifion I. Stockw 11, DSO. Major, Highland Light Inf 

Ralph Legh Hartley, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

George Feilden Menzies, Major, S. Lancashire Regiment ... 

Albert Lawrence Powell, Major, 19 Hussars 30 May 91 

Henry Montague Eustace, DSO. Major, Middlesex Regt, 

Robert Fox Sorsbie, Mai»r, Royal Engineers 

Henry Duncombe Bramwell, Major, 15 Hussars 20 Apr. 91 

William Thwaites, Major, Royal Artill ry 16 Feb. 

Harry Francis Kellie, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Edward Feetham, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment 

John Wm. Gascoigre R>y, Captain, Sherwood Foresters .. 

Charles Arthur Cecil King, Captain, Yorkshire Regt 

Russell Loscombe Stable, Major, Loyal N. Lancashire Regt... 

William Edward J. Grylls, Captain, Connaught Rangers 14 Sept.87 

Henry Leycester Croker, Major, Leicestershire Regt, 

Ernest Henry Montresor, Major, Royal Suseex Regiment 

Stuart TJpperton, Major, South Lancashire Regiment 16 Nov. 87 

John Henry Purvis, Captain, Highland Light Infantry 16 May 88 

Harry Bland Strange, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery .. 

William Maunder Withycombe, Majm , Yorkshire Lt. Inf. ... 10 Nov. 

Henry Wrixon Becher, Major, West Riding Regiment 

Edward Vincent, Captain, Wiltshire Regiment 9 May 88 

Ernest Henderson Rowley Cooke Richard Piatt, Captain, > -„_■. „ 

Shropshire Light Infantry j 5*eo. 8; 

Luke George Ionides, Captain, Vunt Survey Regiment 10 S T ov 

Michael Jtis. Joseph Sweetman, Captain, Worcestershire Regt. 14 Sept.87 

Francis John Duncan, DSO. Captain, Royal Scots 

Alexander Russell Finlay*, Captain, b.p. Bedfordshire Regt. 

Charles Steer Davidson, Captain, S. Staffordshire Regt 

Crofton Bury Vandaleur, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Alan David Greenhill-Gardyne, Captain, Gordon Highldrs.. 

Samuel Eyre Massy Lloyd, Captain, Suffolk Regiment 

Francis Jearrad Bowker, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

Charles John Steavenson, Captain, Liverpool Regiment 

Albert Williain Andrew. Captain, Indian Army 

Henry George Levmge, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

James Alec Charles Gibbs, Captain, West Riding Regiment. 
George Henniker Lawrence, Captain, E. Lancashire Regt... 

Edward Vaughan, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Walter Herbert Young, Captain, East Yorkshire Regiment.. 
John Kelvin O'Meagher, Captain, Royal Munster Fusiliers... 
VIE Neville Maskelyne Smyth, Captain, 2 Dragoon Guards.. __ 

Ernest deLannoy Hayes, Laptain. Scottish Rides j 3 May 90 

:p.».e. Henry A. Lempriere, DSO. Major, 7 Dragoon Gds. ...14 May "" 



9 Sept. 82' 29 May 91 31 July 02 
15 Feb. 84' 13 May 93 1 Au ( 
10 Mar. 83I29 May 89 2 An 

26 Mar. 84 1 Nov. 90 

29 Apr. 85' s Apr. 94 
1 Aug. 94 24 July 02 
1 Sept. 84 21 Mar. 95 

1 July 8i ( 26 Feb. 9c 
9 Sept. 82! 1 Sept.92 

25 Nov. 85:28 Dec. 92 

19 Dec. 831 8 Nov. 93! 9 An_ 

2 July 92,27 Apr. 98 15 Aug. 02 
29 Aug. 85(18 Sept.93 10 Aug. 02 
29 Apr. 94 ( 3 May 9^ 1 16 Aug. 02 
1 [Oct. 92' 10 Sept. 96 17 Aug. 02 

87 ifi Feb. 90 10 Oct. 97(21 Aug. 02 
7 Feb. 85I 7 Sept. 91,22 Aug. 02 



PLACED OS 
HALF PAY 



2 Aug. 02 
2 Au 

2 AlI^ 

5 Aug. 02 
9 Aug. 02 
9 A ug. 02 
9 Aug 02 



12 May 83 1 1 June 92 22 Aug. 02 
12 Nov. 84 2 June 92 22 Aug. 02 
9 Sept. 8. 15 Feb. 93 22 Aug. 02 
28 Apr. 86 3 July 93 22 Aug. 02 
6 Nov. 89 20 Dec. 93 22 A'ig. 02 
28 Apr. 96 5 Feb. 94 22 Aug. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Aug. 94J22 Aug. 02 
8 May 89 7 Nov. 94 22 Aug. 02 
18 Dec. 89J 7 Jan. 95(22 Aug. 02 
30 June 85] 15 May 95^2 Aug. 02 
23 Apr. 90: 2 Oct. 9= 22 Aug. 02 
8 Dec. 86 1 1 Nov. 95 22 Aug. 02 
5 Mar. 90 1 Feb. 96I22 Aug. 02 

16 Oct. 89 12 Feb. 96J22 Aug. 02 



26 Apr. 90 8 June 96)22 Aug. 02 
5 Nov. 89 25 July 96,22 Aug. 02 
Sept 89I 7 Mar. 92, 12 Aug. 96122 Aug. 02 1 
8 Dec. 88 ! 22 Nov. 90J 1 Oct. 96(22 Aug. 02 20 Jf a r. 03 

16 May 88(23 Aug. 89 15 Oct. 96J22 Aug. 02J 
5 Feb. 8722 June 91 '23 Dec. 96122 Aug 

15 Feb 88' 4 Mar. 91 17 Feb. 97 22 Aug 
4 May 87I 9 Dec. 90 24 Feb. 97^2 Aug. o2j 

22 Aug. 8SJ 4 Jan. 90^7 Mar. 97,22 Aug. 02 

21 Dec. 89 16 Jan. 91:11 Aug. 97 22 Aug. 02 

I 8 ;Sept.86J 8 Sept 97 22 Aug. 02 

I30 Jan. 86 15 Sept.97 22 Aug. 02 

4 May 87! 6 Aug. 89 15 Sept. 97(22 Aug. 02 

17 Jan. 91:27 Mar 92 25 Oct. 97 22 Aug. 02 
10 Nov. 88(10 Sept. 90 1 Nov. 97 22 Aug. 02 

23 Mar. 89! 5 Aug. 91 27 Nov. 97 22 Aug. 02 

22 Aug. 88J 1 Nov, 8o: 1 Dec. 97 22 Aug. 02! 
22 Aug. 88(26 Dec. 95! 8 Dec. 97 22 Aug. 02 

5 Apr. 93 22 Dec. 97 22 Aug 
3 Dec. 91 9 Jan. 98 22 Aug 



Francis William Mussendeti, Major, 8 Hussars n June 90*30 July 91: 1 Mar. 98 22 Aug. 02; 



24 Apr, 
12 Mar. 02 
17 Feb. 88 
17 Feb. 88 

16 July 90 
ii Feb. 88 

17 Feb. 88 
17 Jan. 91 
16 Mar. 89 

3 Oct. 88 
15 Fib. 89 



-Julian Ha f ler, Captain, East Kent Regiment , ; 5 Sept.8. 

George 1'eabody Scholtield, Captain, Royal Engineers 23 July 87 

Frederick Richard Hicks, Captain, Hampshire Regiment .. 8 Oct. 90 

Maurice Lowndes, Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers ' 

William Meredith Howard Arms!rong, Major, Army S. C. ... 

Herbert Willie Andrew Christie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archie Stewart Buckle, Major, Royal Artillerv 

George Philip du Plat Taj lor, Captain, Grenadier Guards ... 

Harry Roderick Bottomley, Captain, West Surrey Regt 

John Stuart Mackenzie Shea, DSO. Captain. Indian Army 

Francis George Fuller, Captain, Royal Engineers '..... 

Lancelot Edwards, Captain, Lincoln-hire Regiment 

David Graham Mushiet Campbell, Major, 9 Lancers 

John Barclay Scriven, Captain, 5 Lancers 

Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson- Baikie, Major, R. Art. ......... 

Ferdinand Henry de Kierzkowski-S teuart', J/«/or ?cots Gds. I 9 May 
Hon. Chas. Strathaven Hea.hcotc-Druamond-Willoughbv. ) I T . 

Major, Scots Guards .......! j j 22 Jan - ?° " Au £' 94 7 July. 99 22 Aug. 02 

Francis Edward Buchanan, Captain, Royal ScotsFusiliers 10 Aug. 92 14 Nov u 4 l 9 Oct. 99 22 Aug. 02 
Morton H. Knaggs, Captain, North Staffordshire Regiment^ Mar. 91 30 Nov. 03 '22 Oct. 09*22 Aug. 02 

Richard Lucas Mullens, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards I 8 Oct. 90 27 Jan. 02 20 Nov. 9922 Aug 02 

Alexander Young Spearman, Captain, R. Warwick Regt. ... 18 June 92 1 ( 6 Dec. 96 i Dec. 9922 Aug. 02 

Charles John Simpson, Captain, Gordon Highlanders , 9 July 93 1 1 Sept 96 12 Dec. 99,22 Aug. 02 

Charles Wynn Barlow, Captain, Essex Regiment 24 Apr. 89J15 Dec 91 29 Jan. 00^2 Aug. o: 

Walter Sidney Brown, Captain Wiltshire Regiment z l Mar. 92 29 Jan. 9V 3 Feb. 0022 A-ff.02 

Edward Algern-n Cleader Blake, Captain, Durham L' Inf ' 
Hon. Algernon William J. Clotworthy Skeffington, Major ) 

17 Lancers 

Philip Gould, Captain, Royal Irish Fusiliers 



Feb. 92 12 Mar, 98 22 Aug 
23 July 90; 1 Apr. 98 22 Aug. 02I 

10 Aug. 92S7 Apr. 98 22 Aug. 02 
21 May 92^ 7 June 98,22 Aug. 02J 
30 Mar. 94 19 June 98 22 Aug. o2 ; 
17 Feb. 91 1 July 98 22 Aug. 02I 
17 Feb. 91 27 Ji-ly 98 22 Aug 02 

7 Oc. 85 21 Sept. 98 22 Aug. oi\ 

6 Apr. 92 29 Sept 98 22 Aug. 02, 

11 Feb. 90 11 Feb. 99 22 Aug. 02 
17 Feb. 91 1 7 Feb. 99 22 Aug. o > , 

7 Oct. 92 1 Apr. 99 22 Aug. os 
9 Dec. 90 3 May 99 22 Aug 02 

26 Mar. 90' 4 May 99 22 Aug. 02J 
15 Feb. 92 8 June 99 22 Aug. 02 

8 Apr. 92 24 June 99 22 Aug. 02 



26 Apr. 931 6 May 96 7 Feb. 00,22 Ang. 02! 
20 Feb. 95:13 Nov. 95 8 Feb. 00 22 Aug. 02I 



>KS rylf th B H aJ " n fr S W 1 } C '""i?"'' R^*"' Fusiliers', Oct/ £|£ 2Zg. £ 2 Feb: „ » A 
Edward Chaloner Bradford, Captain, Royal Irish Rifles 
Alfred M'Nair Dykes, Ca, tain, Royal Lancaster Regiment 
Hugh Montague Trenchard, Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers . 

Henry Storr, Captain, Middlesex Regiment 

James Henry Waller Johnstone, Captain, Royal Artillery".! 
William Charles Christie, Captain, Roy. Warwickshire Regt. 



8 Apr. 91 26 Apr. 94 24 Feb. ooj" Aug. 02 



19 Oct. 90 2 Sept 95 24 Ftb. 00 2^ Aug. oi; 

12 Dec. 94 4 Nov. 96 24 Feb 00 22 Aug. 02 

9 Sept 93 12 Aug 96 28 Feb. 00 2 2 Aug. 02 

22 Aug. 02 

22 Aug 02 

22 Aug. 02 



8 Sept.9527 Aug. 98 14 Mar. 00 

3 Mar. 92 3 Mar. 95 15 Mar. 00 

21 Oct. 93; 12 Feb. 98 17 Mar. 00 



Majors. 



91 



2nd lieut. 



Francis Herbert Howe, Captain, Welsh Regiment 

Edward Vanstittart D. Riddell, Captain, Royal Garrison Art. 

V& James Morris Colquboun Colvin, Captain, R. Eng. 

George Tom Molesworth Bridges, DSO. Captain, Royal Art. 

Ian Stewart, Captain, Scottish Rifles 

Stanley Leonard Barry, DSO. Major, io Hussars 

Kenneth Wyndham Arbatbnot, Cipfain, Seaforth Highldrs. 
Son. John Francis-Gathorne- Hardy, Captain, Grenadier Gds. 
Walter Ernest Campion, Captain, East Yorkshire Regimen' 

Frederick William Momtt, Captain, Essex Regiment 

Robert Joseph Atkinson Terry, Captain, Manchester Regt... 
Fras. Malcolm Evory Kennedy, Captain, WorcestershireRegt 

George Algernon Egerton, Major, 19 Hussars 

Philip Guy Reynolds, DSO. Captain 3 Dragoon Guards 

Walter Gabriel Home, Captain, 6 Diagoon Guards 

Edward Armstrong, Captain, Highland Light Infantry 

Patrick Godfrey Ashley Cox, Captain, Rirle Brigade 

Harold Findlay, Captain, East Kent Regiment 

Henry Richardson Peck, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Burt, Captain, 3 Dragoon Guards 

Frederick Maurice Crura, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Stanley Fielder Mott, Captain, King's HoyalRifles 

"Walter Howorth Greenly, DSO. Captain, 12 Lancers 

William Robert Codrington, Captain, n Hussars 

Leslie Ccckburn Jones, Captain, Indian Army 

Hon. Ralph A. Campbell, Captain, Cameron Highlanders ... 
VdL Francis A.Uraer, Maxwell, DSO. Captain, Indian Army- 
Edward Martin Panter-Downes, Captain, Roval Iri h Regt. 

Robert Clayton Browne-Clayton, Captain, 5 Lancers 

Ernest Wriothesley Denny, Captain, 13 Hussars 

Cyril Edward Wil«on, Captain, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Lionel Boyd Moss, Captain, S ,uth Staffordshire Regiment .. 
Clement Artbur Wilkinson, Captain, Shropshire Light Inf. 
Alex. Walter Frederic Baird, LSO. Captain, Gordon High 

landers 

Hubert I-acke, Captain, Royal West Kent Regiment 

Martin Archer-Shee, DSO. Captain, 19 Hussars 

Fredk. Lindsay Lloyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Montague Jackson, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Vachell Bradley, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. George de Symons Barrow, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald George Burton, Major, Indinn Army 

Henry Thomas Hoiaiio Hay, Major, Indian j*nuy ;.. 

John Balsir Chatterton, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Clifford Bernard, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Henry Dewing, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert John Jones, DSO.' Major, Indian Army 

Charles Gordon Prendtrgast, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Gilbert Carnegy, Major, Indian Army 

Ramsay Fredk. Clayton Gordon, Major, Indian Army 

Stanley Malcolm Edwardes, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Lionel Charles Dunstervdle, Major, Indian Army 

George Mil'ord Evans, Major, Iudian Army 

Guy Mortimer Audain, Major, Indian Army 

Ambrose William Newbold, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Lane Goodenough, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Edward Osmond Oongdon, Major, Royal Munster > 

Fusiliers j 

Hy. Montajrue Shallett O'Brien, Major, Border Regt. ..] 

Hy. Cecil de la Montague Hill, Major, The Buffs 

Henry Louis Rosher, Major, Dorset Regiment 

Ashton Hope Hire, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

John Frederick Wbyte, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Makins, DSO. Majur, 1 Dragoons 

Douglas Campbell, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

Charles Bulkeley Bulkeley -Johnson, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Reginald Coplestone Bond, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Light ) 

Infantry j 

Robert Hall Hayes, Major, Mid lesex Regiment 

William Hugh Usher Smith, DSO. Major, Army Ordnance) 

Dept f 

John Chap'yn Burnett, DSO. Major, Royai Artillery 

Harold Joseph Sherwood, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Fieldin Edwards, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Cecil Perceval, Major, Royal Engineers 

Annesley John Hancocks, Major,Royn[ Inniskilling Fus. .. 
Arthur John William Dowell, Major, Royal Berkshire Regt 

Richard Fowler-Butler, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Harold Vere Selby Ormond, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers .. 

Hon. Henry Walter Trefasis, Major, Scots Guards 

p.'.e. Hubert de la Poer Gougb, Major, 16 Lancers 

Norton James Goodwyn, DSO. Ma'ior, Devonshire Regiment 
George Frederic Barttelot, Major, Royal Welsh Fusiliers 

John Frederick Barry, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Rudolph, Marl o/Cavan,.MVy'or,GrenadierGuards 
p.t.c. Hugh Duncan Lawrence, Major, East Surrey Regt. ... 
Horace Francis Kays, Major, Highland Light Infantry .., 
Harry Palairet Vcrotume-Bunbuiy, Major, Royal Scots .. 
William Bain Richardson Sandys, Major, Royal Artillery 
Dudley Howard Ridout, Major, Royal Engineers 



Mar. 90 
May 93 
July 89 
reb. 92 
Mar. 95 
June 94 
July 93 
Oct. 94 
Dec. 94 
Oct. 90 
July 92 
Oct. 91 
Oct. 91 
June 93 
June 96 
Oct. 92 
Feb. 94 
May 97 
Nov. 94 
June 9' 
May 93 
Sept.93 
Feb. 95 
Dec. 90 
Mar. 90 
Dec. 96 
Nov. 91 
Oct. 94 
Dec. 90 
June 93 
Oct. 93 
June 96 
Dec. 93 

j|i 5 May 97 



Dec. 92 
Mar. 93 



15 June 
30 May 

'-7 July 

9 Feb. 

10 Oct. 
5 Feb. 
3 July 
i Jan 

1 Apr. 
20 Feb. 
.8 Oct. 

29 May 
18 Oct. 

5 Apr. 

5 May 

1 Jan 
26 Aug. 
24 June 
17 Nov. 

30 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
8 Mar. 

1 Oct. 
24 Oct. 

11 June 

7 Sept. 
24 Nov. 

2 Sept 

12 Aug. 

8 June 
30 Alar. 

1 Mar. 

8 June 

9 J me 99 

S Allg. Q^ 

7 Feb. 97 
29 Apr. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. .J 
23 Aug. S 
23 Aug 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8 
2 j Aug. 8 
23 Aug. 8, 



10 May 

10 May 
10 Nov. 
7 Feb. 
1 Sept. 
1 Sept. 
23 Jan. 9231 Aug. 

j 9 May 

; Feb. 87 16 Mar, 

1 Nov. 88 1 Apr. 

{29 Aug. 

27 July 88 27 July 



: May 87 
1 Mar. 89 



23 July 87 



15 Feb. 
29 Apr. 
29 Apr. 

29 Apr. 
7 Feb. 

10 May 

30 Jan, 

22 Doc. 
1 Apr. 

23 July 
9 8ept. 
7 Feb. 

25 Oct. 

29 Aug. 
10 May 

5 Doo. 

6 Feb. 
23 July 

30 June 



00 22 
00 22 

00 1 22 
00I22 
00122 

00'22 



00 



00 



OO 22 
OOJ22 

00 22 

01 22 
OI 22 



21 Mar. 
21 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

5 Apr. 
10 Apr. 
'7 Apr. 
!9 Apr. 

2 May 
io May 
[i May 

9 Jun? 

20 June 
23 June 
27 June 

1 July 

1 Aug 
-5 Aug. 
23 Oct. 
u Nov. 

9 Dec. 

10 Jan. 
[3 Jan. 
19 Jan. „. 

21 Jan 01 
1 Mar. 01 
9 Mar 01 

io July 01 

6 Sept 01 
5 Oct. 01 
5 Oct. oi 
5 Oct. 01 

26 Dec. 01 

22 Jan. 02 

22 Jan. 02 

8 Feb. 02 
■5 Aug. 02 
10 May 

23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
21 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
21 Aug. 



PLACEDO* 
BALF PAT. 



24 June 91 27 

30 Dec. 91 27 

23 Oct. 95 1 27 

19 Nov. 91 28 

Sept. 92! 1 

1 Se|)t.95J 1 

2 Feb. 98 3 
23 Nov. 92 10 
i) June94 17 

19 July 94 17 



6 Nov. 93 

23 Nov. g'i 

t Feb. 
2t May 
31 June 

21 June 
1 July 
1 Mar. 

28 Nov. 
19 Jan. 
13 Apr. 

22 Dec. 
1 Apr. 

16 May 

25 Oct. 

26 Oct. 
15 Jan. 
26 Oct. 
10 May 
19 Oct. 

1 Oct. 



93 
94 

94 

94 

9' 

90 

97 

9V5 

9Si5 

94 22 

9' « 

94, 2 5 

95.25 

97 2 3 

89 29 

92 29 

93 29 
97 
94 



Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
A ig. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
A"g. 02} 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 T 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aig. 02 
Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
: Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
j\.ug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug' 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
Aug. oi 
Aug. 02 
Sept. 02 
Sept. 02 
Sept. 02 
Scpt.02 
Sept.02 

Sept. 02 

Sept.02 

Sept.02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 
Nov. 02 
Nov. 02 



92 



Majors. 



Seymour Spencer Somerset Cla ke, Major, Cameron \ 

Highlanders ) 

Ernest Bl< nnerhasset Blennerhasset, Major, R .yal Innis- ) 

killing Fusiliers 5 

Michael Henry Egan, Major, Army Ordnance Department 
Francis Mary John Dominic Rhodes, Major, Duke of Corn- \ 

wall's Light Infantry j 

George Fraser Phillips, Major, W. Yorkshire Regiment 

Charles Octavius Head, Major, Royal Korse Artillery 

Donald Mackenzie Stuart, Major, Koyil Scots Fusiliers 

Ch?rles Edward Heudley, Major, Inuian Army 

Claude Herbert, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Joseph Robert Hill, Major, Indian Army 

Harold Nash Hilliard, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Edward Pritchard, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry Batty, Major, Indian Army 

William Hugh Welch Mercer, Major, Indian Army 

John Augustus George Rainsford, Major, Indian Arjjy 

Norman Guy Von Hugel, Major. Boyal Engineers 

Cecil Macdonald Stephenson, Major, King's Own Scot-1 

tish Borderers $ 

George Francis Milner, DSO. Major, i Life Guards 

p.s.c. Arthur Herbeit Bai thorp. Major, Northampton Regt. 

John Seville Pjm, Major, Royal Marine Light iiifi_ntry 

Frederick de Bude Young, Major, Indian Army 

Kennedy Beresfo;d, Major, Royal Irish Bines 

Eldred Charles Pottmger, Major, Royal Aitillery 

William Douglas Smith, Major, Royal Scois Fusiliers 

George Strachan Cartwr'ght, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Greville Woods, Captain, Koyal Aitillery 

Robeit l'acy Maxwell. Major, I inc i.'nshire Regiment 

William James Theodoie Glasgow, Major, Queen's (Royal / 

West Surrey Regiment) ) 

Albert Bayspoole, Ma'or, Royal Artillery 

Robert William Pen-se White, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Rodney Charles Style, Major, Queen's Own (Royal West ) 

Kent Regiment) j 

Coningsby Norbury, Major, Woicesiershire Regiment 

Thomas, Earl o/Longford, KP. Major, i Life Guards 

Gordon Chesney Wilson, MVO. Major, Royal Horse Guards 

Alfred Joseph Caruana, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Melville Johnston, Major, h.p. 6 Drago >n Guards... 
Charles Willam Garraway, Major, Royal Irish Regiinenf... 

William Houghton, Major, Royal Lancaster Regiment 

Gerald Ponsonby Lenox -Conjngbam, Major, Royal } 

Engineers ) 

Edward Wilfrid Spedc ing. Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Arthur Bashford Fiyer, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Richard Edward Warden, 11 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

William Thomas Wilson Scott, Major, Bedfordshire Regt... 

Philip John Miles, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Harry Dennys, Major. Indian Army 

Gerard Beechey Howard Rice, Major. Ind an Army 

Francis Clifton Muspratt, Major, Indian Army 

Leslie Napier Younghushand, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Astley Fowler, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Lewis Moore, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Willis Chitty, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest George Rule Wilkins, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry Williams, Major, indian Army 

Robert Cobb Lye, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Grant, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Robertson Ditmas, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund Waller, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Murray, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Blauchard Hawley Drew, Maj'.r, Indian Army 

Arthur Langston Pilleau-, Major, Indian Army 

Roderick Mackenzie Edwards, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Davis Watson, Major, Indian Army 

Frederic Alexander Smith, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas, Aylett Harrison, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Lance Richardson, Major, Indian Arn:/ 

Donald Forbes Stuart, Major, fndiau Army ! 

Vincent Alexander Ormsby, Majir, Indian Army 

John Noble Jephson, Major, Ind (in Army 

Cecil Pender Griffiths Griffin, My,or, Indian Army 

FIT Guy Hudleston Boisragon, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Graham Stainforth Major, Indian Army 

Robert Ernest Money-Shewan, Major, Royal Engineer* 

Richard George Ireland Bulton, Major, Scots Guards 

Archibald Fras. Pinkey Paxton, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Francis Dobbie, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Guy Welman Moore, Major, Indian Army 

p.-s.c. John Eugene Clauson, C'MG. Major, Royal Engineers 
Randal C. Edw. Sketiington-Smyth, Major, Coldstream / 

Guards j 

Reginald Pole Stuart, Major, N. Staffoi dshire Regiment ... 
Harry Douglas Palmer, Major, Royal Marine Light Inf.... . 

William Hampden Chawner, Major, Essex Regiment 

Anh. HerbertC. Kenney-Herbert, Major, NorthamntonRegt. 



2UdLlEUT. LTECT. CAPTAIN. MAJOB 



23 Oct. So 



23 Ju y 



25 Aug. 86 3 Sept.97 2 Nov. 02 

6 May 85 20 June 92 3 Nov. 02 

6 Feb. 84 23 Sept. 93 3 Nov 

1 July 8i!2o July 88 5 Nov. 02 

6 May 85 27 June 92 7 Nov. 
23 July 9022 Nov. 97 7 Nov. 02 
10 Mar. 83 20 Feb. 93 12 Nov. 02 
12 Nov. 84J12 Nov. 9 = |i2 Nov. 02 
12 Nov. 8412 Nov. 95;i2 Nov. 02 
12 Nov. 84 12 Nov. 95I12 Nov. 02 
12 Nov. 84 12 Nov. 95ii2 No?. 02 
12 Nov. 84^2 Nov. 9512 Nov. 02 
12 Nov. 84 12 Nov. 95I12 Nov. 02 
r2 Nov. 84112 Nov. 95:12 Nov. 02 



22 Nov. 8422 Nov. 95 



22 Nov. 02 

23 Nov. 02 

3 Dae 
6 Dec. 02 



5 Feb. 87 
4 May 87 

6 July 87 
22 Aug. 

14 Jan. 80 



3 July 87 
8 Oct. 



HALF PAT. 



°3 



30 June 85 16 Oct. 94 
25 Nov 8 D 1 Mar. 93 

27 Jan. 83, 11 Jan. 83 

27 Jan. 83:22 Nov. go! 6 Dec. 02 
1 Feb. 85 1 Apr. 95 6 Dec. 02 
9 Dec. 84 1 9 Dec. 95! 9 Dec. 02 

12 May 83 4 Sept. 89 ro Dec. 02 
23 July 87J23 July 90; 3 Dec. 97 10 Dec. 02 

29 Aug. 85I 14 Nov. 94 1 14 Dec. 02 

30 June 85)10 Dec. 94^9 Dec. 02 

15 Feb. So 15 Feb. q2 25 May 95I 1 Jan. 03 

22 Oct. 81I25 Apr. 92 2 Jan. 03 

7 Feb. 851 1 Dec. 94 j 3 Jan. C3 

24 Apr. 89:15 May 99 4 Jan. 03 

25 Aug. 83J12 Dec. 89 1 7 Jan. 03 

28 Feb. 85'2j Jan. 93: 7 Jan. 03 

10 Nov. 86 9 Ojt. 93 7 Jan. 03 
16 May 88 12 Jan. 95 12 Jan. 03 

5 Dec. 8821 Nov. 94 14 Jan. 03 

15 Sept. 88)14 Jan. 96 14 Jan. 03 
2 Feb. 90 11 Mar. 96 14 Jan. 03 1 g Au° 

27 Jan. S3 22 Mar. 90 16 Jan. 03! 
1 July 8118 June 88 17 Jan. 03! 

16 Sept. 85 17 Dec. 94 17 Jan. 03 

23 July 90 1 3 Dec. 97^9 Jan. o^ 2 y Mar. 04 

17 Feb. 92:25 Feb. 99 26 Jan. 03 
15 Feb. 84 1 Feb. 93 20 Jan. 03 

6 Feb. 84! 1 July 90 30 Jan. o 
1 Feb. 85 1 Feb. 96. 1 Feb. o 
1 Feb. 85 1 Feb. 96 1 Feb. 03 

7 Feb. 85 25 Jan. 93' 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85. 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. o 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85' 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 1 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 8s< 7 Feb. 96! 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96; 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 1 7 Feb. 96 1 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85) 7 Feb. 96: 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 8s ; 7 Feb. gi\ 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85I 7 Feb. 96' 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 8-J 7 Feb. 96; 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 i 7 Feb. 96 j 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 851 7 Feb. 96 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96,' 7 Feb. 031' 
7 Feb. 85 1 7 Feb. q6 7 Feb. 03: 
7 Feb. 85! 7 Feb. 96' 7 Feb. 03! 
7 Feb. 851 7 Feb. 96 j 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 851 7 Feb. p6 t 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85' 7 Feb. 96' 7 Feb. 03! 
7 Feb. S5 ; 7 Feb. 96J 7 Feb. 03 
7 Feb. 85 7 Feb. 96: 7 Feb. 03 
6 Sept.8; 20 DtC. 94 21 Feb. 03 

29 June 87 23 Oct. 90 22 Mar. 9925 Feb. 03 

28 Feb. 85 28 Feb. 96 28 Feb. 03 
28 Feb. 85 28 Feb. 06 28 Feb. 03; 
28 Feb. 8s 28 Feb. 96 28 Feb. 03 
:6 Sept. 85 20 Dec. 94^ 4 Mar. 03 

25 Nov. 85 1 Aug. 97 4 Mar. 03, 

6 Feb. 84 28 Oct. 93I 6 Mar. 03I 

1 Sept.85 1 Apr. 95 13 Mar. 03 1 

13 Aug. 70 28 June 80 2 Feb. 87 14 Mar. 03 

lo Mar. 83 19 Jan. 90 17 Mar. 03! 



Majors. 



93 



2ndLIECT. ! LIEPT. 



PLACED ON 
HAI F PAT. 



Arth. Geo. Vaughan Chichester, Major, ConnaughtRanger&| 
Colin Lawrence Macnab, Major, Roj'al Sussex Regiment ... 10 

Arthur Parkin, Major. Northampton. Regiment 

Francis Hugh Neish, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

Dawson Warren, Major, West Surrey Regiment 

Meade James Crosbie Dennis, Major, R >yal Artillery 

George Samuel Beatson Lvlc, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Henry Arthur Pratt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fredk. Courtenay Longuet Hultou. Major, i Dragoon Gds. 

Ernest Fitzwilliarn Taylor, Major, Army Service Corps 

Reginald Ford, DSO, Major, Army Service Corps 

William Fellowes Collins, Major, 2 Dragoons 6 

Edward William Llewhallin Urquhart, Major, 2 Drag. Gds. 14 

Frederick Maurice Wilson, Major, Army Service Corps I 

John Campbell Lamont Black, Major, Army Service Corps 
Oswald Buckley B. Smith- Bingnam, DSO. Major, 3 Dr. Gds.' 8 

Robert Leny Macalpine-Leny, Major, 16 Lancers 

Herbert Alfred Porter, Major, 19 Hussars 

Chas. Maxwell Shurlock Heun n_'. Major, Scottish Rilies .. 

Henry John Martin, Major, Ea..-t Lancashire Regiment 

Edward Leslie Dun-terville. Major, R >yal Engineers 

August s David Geddes. Major, East Kent Regiment 

Henry Wise Unett Coates, DSO. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. 
Anthony Heyland Brabazon, Major, Marine L.gbt Infantry 

Charles' Edward Uadclyffe, DSO. Major, Rifle Brigade 

Thos. Arthur Hastings Bigge, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Cane Crawford, Major, Manchester Regiment 

William Fairb.iirn Tilley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Henry de Vere Atkinson, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Alex. George William Tod, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Tyrell Carter Ross, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

Hugh Balfour Ogilvie Williams, Major, Drago in Guards ... 

Nicholas Trafalgar Biddulph, Major, Durham Light Iuf 

Harcourt Ernest Taylor, Major, Berkshire Regiment 

Edmund George Evelegh, Major, Manne Light Infantry ... 

Nicholas Edmund Robin, Major, Indian Army 

AYilliam Charles Marraaduke Woodcock, Major, Ind. Army 

Alexander Henry Eustace, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Flanistead Walters, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Willie Evatt, Major. Indian Army '. 

Frederick Graeme Batten, Major, Indian Army 

Clarence 'Ihomas Wilioughby Forth, Ma/or, Indian Army 

Ernest Robert Rainier Swiney, Major, Indian Army '.. 

Noel Herbert Strode Lowe, Major, West Kent Regiment ... 

Fred. John Hamilton Bell, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 

Lionel Arthur Bosanquet. Major, Sherwood B'oresters 

George Dalbiac Luanl, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Norman Arthur Hay Budd, Major, Indian Army 

Alan James Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Fras. Townshend Cunyn-jhame Hagues, Major, Ind. Arnry 

John Kendall, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Elliot Lowis, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Loftus Tottenham, Major, Indian Army 

Gerald Edwin Lloyd Gilbert. Major, Indian Army 

Chailes Oliver Swanston, DSO. Major. Indian Army 

Ernsst Granville Wright, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Young Seddon, Major, Indian Army 

William Craven Lockhart-Mure. Major, Indian Army 

Philip Sykes Murphy Burlton. Major, Indian Army... 

Charles B. Rawlinson, CIJS. Major, Indian Army 

Charles Slingshy Chaplin, Major, King's Royal Rilies 

lion. Douglas Forbes-Sempill, DSO. Major, Seaforth Hldrs. 

Thomas Carlyle Skinner, M jor. Royal Engineers 

lion. Leonard Holmes-a'Court, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 
Thomas Langhorne Coxhead, DSO. Major, Royal Art lleiy 
lion. Walter Dashwood Sclater-Booth, Major, Royal Art. .'. 

Dominic Henry Colnaghi, Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. Tankerville Monypenny Reeve, Major, Leineter Regt 

Henry Lowther, Major, Indian Army '...-. 7... 

George Edward Tuson, DSO. Major, 16 Lancers 

Montgomery Browne Roberts, Major, Indian Army 

Augustus Heathcote Allenby, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Simpson Young, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert William Coxworthy Colquhoun, Major, Indian) 

Army ' J 

Henry Napier Roome, Major, Indian Army 

William Erie Ferdinand Burlton, Major, Indian Army 

William Alexander Lomer Cowie, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Vincent Osborne-Hewett, Major, W. Kent. Regt.... 

Albert Canning, Major, Leinster Regimen'. 

Frank Douglas Pennant, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Joseph Scovcll Hobbs, Major, Glouce.-tershire Regiment ... 
Harry Crewe Godley, DSO. Major, Northamptonshire Regt. 

p.t.c Edward Owen iVmli n Ma jar, 5 Lmcers 

Hugh deCrespigty Eastwood. DSO. Major, 1 Dragoon Gds 

Orchart Lieeton, Major, K. Surrey Regiment, 

Hon. John Graham Hopj Hor.-liy Berejf .id, DSO. Major, 1 

7 Hussars ., ... j 

p.'.r. Henry D'Eslamoes Y'ailancey, DSO. Major, Argyll 1 

and Sutherland Highlanders .' .. ' 



Oct. 



Feb. 

Sept. 



June 

Oct. 

June 



5 Feb. 87 



Muv 



17 Jan. 94 



July 
Feb. 
Oct. 



Apr. SS 



Feb. 
Jan. 



1 7 Feb. 
91 9 Auer. 

19 Dec. 
10 Mar. 

21 Aug. 
15 Feb. 
15 Feb. 

15 Feb. 

24 Nov. 

22 Aug. 
1 Feb. 

89 13 Oct. 
.87 24 Feb. 

28 June 

21 Dec. 
.j 23 Dec. 

90 17 Feb. 
94 2 Nov. 

18 Feb. 
7 Feb. 

16 Sept. 

2 1 Nov. 
7 Feb. 
1 Sept. 

25 Njv. 
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oS i3 Dec. 
30 June 
16 Sept 

12 Nov. 

23 Aug. 
10 Oot. 
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14 May 

1 Sept. 
6 May 
6 May 
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6 May 
6 Mav 

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23 May 
25 Aug. 
10 Mar. 

7 Oct. 
q May 

1 9 May 
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9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 

Q MlV 

9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
6 May 

29 Aug. 

30 June 
28 Feb. 

5 July 

87 2\ July 
i5 Sept 

87J10 Oct. 
■-; May 

90 31 July 

13 May 
3 May 
•3 May 

13 May 

23 May 
>3 May 
13 Mav 

2 Sept. 

6 Mar. 

24 June 

22 Oct, 
30 J n. 

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19 An.'. 
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9) 1 9 May w 21 Mar. 03 
83 19 Jan. 91 24 M ir. 03 

83 23 Sept.93 25 Mi". 03 

85 1 Apr. 9SJ23 Mir. 03 

84 4 Mar. 93 1 Apr. 03 
84 1 Apr. 03 1 Apr. 03. 

84 3D May 93 1 Apr. 03. 

86 :8 Oc". 9? 1 Apr. 03, 

83 1 Apr 9'| 1 Apr. 03 
89: 1 July 9: 1 Adi\ u} 
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92 16 Dec. 96J 1 Apr. 03 
90 1 Apr. 07 1 Apr. 03 
89 1 Apr. 97! 1 Apr. o; 
91130 Jan. 931 t Aor. o; 
94, 9 Oct. 99 1 Apr. 03 
981 1 Apr. 03 2 Apr. oj 

85 15 N IV. Q-. 3 Apr. o! 
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85 24 Jan. 95 4 Apr. 03 
89 25 Oct. 95 4 Apr 03 

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15 12 De. - . 9416 Apr. oi 
I5 1 Mar. 95 16 Apr. 03 
89 o July 97. .8 Apr. 03 
85 29 Mar. 9 19 Apr. 03 
85 29 Mar. 93120 Apr. o 1 

84 14 Mav 91 -•: Apr. o . 
84 14 N'iv. 92! '5 Apr. o: 
94 3 Au.-. 9-* 2; Apr. 
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84 50 Aug. 93I jo Apr. 03 
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85 6 May o^l 6 May 03 
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85 6 May 96; 6 May 
85 1 Feb. 93 8 May o, 
83 4 Sept. -o 1 May 1 
83 S May 9s g May oj 
85! 2 Dec. 95 q May 



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8 s o May 96 
85 9 Mav 96 
85! 9 May 96 
85 9 May 96 
85 9 May 90 
85 9 May 9^ 
85 1 9 May 96 
85 9 May 96 
85 9 May 9' 
85 9 May 96 
85 9 Mav 96 
85 9 May 96 
85J15 Jan. q4 
85122 Jan. 94 
85240a. 94 
85 26 Oct. 93 
84 26 June 93 
00 23 Feb. 9$ 
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88J10 Ojt. 94 



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9 May o; 
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22 May 01 
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14 May 03 
16 May o-; 
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85 23 May 96 23 May 03 

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9 Oct. 95 27 May 03 

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1 7 Oct. 9' 

■26 Feb. 90 



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94 



Majors. 



p.s.e. Roland Wycliffe Thompson, DSO. M a/or,Loyal North ) 

Lancashire Regiment ) 

Hawtrey Charles Marshall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Lushington Kirke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Gambier Norris, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur George Baird Smith, Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Arthur Trevelyan Moore, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Prentice, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Parker, Major, 5 Lancers 

Julian Dallas Tyndale Tyndale-Biscoe, Major, 11 Hussars... 

Charles Ernest Graham Norton, Major, 7 Hussars 

Eliot Puillips John-ion, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Victor Scudam re, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Raymond Boscawen Savage, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander John Hy. Swinev, Major, Royal Engineers 

'William John M'Elbinny, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Barry Close, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

George Mowat Duff, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Claud Adair, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

William Theophilus Bartlett, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Richard Sparrow, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Alexander James Battine, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ambrose Blacklock Harvey, Major, Indian Army 

Botet Trydell, Major, Indian Army 

George Stanley Frazer, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick George Hugh Davies, Major, Indian Army 

Cbarles Hamilton Beville, Major, ladian Army 

Hectoi Travers Dennys, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Prevost England Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Frederic William Sea, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Rollo Fagan, Major Indian Army 

Frederick Seryjngton Widdicombe, Major, Indian Army ... 

Fitzhardinge vvintle, Major, Indian Army 

Henry King, Major, Indian Army 

Stanislaus Michael Tighe, Major', Ini.iau Army 

Herbert Walton, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Blair Baldock, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Powys Lane, Major, Indian Army 

MacCarthy Reagh Emmet Raj-, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Stannus Geoghegan, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Rennick, Major, Indian Army 

William John Pettitt Kaye, Major, indian Army 

William Hatton Hildebrand, Major, Indian Army 

George Edward Douglns Elsmie, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Evan Charles Bay'ey Nepean, Major, Indian Army 

Trinmell Martin Ward, iJajor, Indian Army 

Churchill Arthur Luck, Major, Indian Army 

Eugene Le Mesurier, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Edwin Venour, Major, Indian Army 

Alain Chartier de L. Joly de Lotbiniere. Major, Royal Eng.. 

Henry Forbes Mackay, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

j). s.c.John Maikham Rose, Major, Royal Marine Artillery... 

Ali're 1 Maitland Addison, Major, S. Wales Borderers 

Edward Malcolm Esson, Major, Yorkshire Regiment 

William Lewis Warren, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Walter James FitzGerald Stannus, Major, 20 Hussars 

p.s.c. Frederick CunlhTe Owen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Henry Crozier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Edward Phil ips Gabbett, 'Capt. R. Welsh Fusiliers 

Reginald Salter Weston, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Michael John Long, Major (District Officer), Royal Artillery 

Reginald Ernest Picton) Major, Ror al Engineers 

Edward Arthur Waldegrave Courtney, Major, Army Ser- I 
vice Corps .. 1 

Ernest Carden Freeth Gillespie. Major, Arm.y Service Corps 

Robert Hargrave Fraser Standpn.jl/o/oj-, Army ServiceCorps 

Francis Pitt Stewart Taylor, Major, Army Service Coips ... 

Malcolm Donald Murray, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

Edward Lynn Allen, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 

Norborne Kirby, Major, Roval Engineers 

Wilfred Thomas Ricardo, Major, Royal Horse Guards 

Lionel Edward Kennard, Major, 15 Hussars 

Henry Sandys Ainslie, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers ... 

Charles Edward Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Neil Campbell-Maclachlan, Major, Seaforth Highlanders ... 

Richard Ashmore Colley Wellesley, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.'.c. Francis Lyon, DSO. Major. Royal Artillery 

Steuart Welwood Hare, Major, King's Royal Rides 

John Davy Wright Davy. Major, Oxfordshire Light Infantry 

Alfred Crowdy Lovett. Major, Gloucestershire Regiment ... 

Hugh Lancaster Lithgow, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Ra3'nsford Longley, Ma*or. East Surrey Regiment ... 

Arthur Henry Mendle Taylor, LSO. Major, 13 Hussars 

Francis Lee Baird Smith, Major, Royal Scots 

Reginald Seaburne May, Maj r. Royal Fusiliers 

Ralph Henvej - , Captain, Royal Artillery 

George Herbert Sanders, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Montagu Chas. Pearson Waid, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Frederick Rugge-Frice, Major, Royal Artillery 



2nd LIEUT 



16 Nov 
30 Nov 
9 Oct. 



29 Aug. 8; 
16 Sept. 85 
16 Sept. 85 
8 May 89 



22 July 90I 1 Oct. 94 



23 July 



Mar. 
?5 July 



7 Feb. 85 
5 July 84 
5 Jul 



1 May 93 

28 June 93 
28 June 93 



5 July 84 28 June 93 



21 Nov. 94 
9 Apr. 95 
9 Apr. 0. 

i2 Aug. 94 



28 June 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
10 Oct. 
22 Aug. 
1 Aug. 



9 1 



15 Mar. 93 
.0 Sept.85 
6 Sept.85 
?3 July 90 
:6 Sept. 85 
6 Jan. 86 
9 Sept. 82 
6 Jan. 86 
10 Nov. 86 
25 Aug. 83 
8 May 95 
23 July 90 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Au; 
29 Au 
19 Au 
29 An 
29 Au 
29 Au 
29 An 
29 Au 
29 Au, 
29 Au 
29 Au^ 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
6 Jan. 36 
1 Sept. 8 
1 Sept. 82 
6 Feb. 8 
:o May 3 
8 July 84 



17 Nov. 97 
17 Apr. 95 
6 May 95 
2 Apr. 98 
2 July 95 

2 July 95 
19 June 90 

3 July 95 
6 Apr. 98 
6 Oct. 91 

15 Apr. 99 
2 Apr. 98 



29 Aug. 90129 Au 



17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 91 
20 June 9. 
17 Jan. 90 
24 Apr. 8q 
6 Jan. 86 



9 Nov. 
jg Mar. 
29 Mar. 
16 Oct. 
29 Feb. 
14 Sept. 



16 May 
18 June 

1 Mar. 

17 Feb. 
9 May 

17 Feb. 
23 July 



17 Feb. 

4 May 
28 June 

5 Feb. 
3 Aug. 

21 Mar. 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 



1 Auj 



93 



PLACED OS 
HALF PAY. 



27 June 03 

27 June 03 
27 Ju> e 03 

27 June 03 
1 July 03 
1 July 03 
1 July 03 
4 July 03 
4 July 03 
8 July 03 

10 July o_ 

14 July 03 
29 July 03 

1 Aug. 03 
1 Aug. 03 

15 Aug. 03 
19 Aug. 03 
22 Aug. 03 
26 Au; 
26 Au, 

28 A'ig. oj 



19 Au_ 
29 Aug. 9: 

9 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 

9 Aug. 9^ 
ig Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. gf 
29 Aug. 96 
29 A" 
29 An„ 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aa 
29 Aug. 9 
29 Au 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
12 Aug. 9; 

1 Sep'- q; 

1 Sept. 93 

24 Feb. 92 

1 Aor. 92 
19 Aug. 93 
11 Sept. 95 
18 Apr. 98 

18 Apr. 9S 

19 July 90 

2 Sept. 97 

11 July 99 

12 Aug. 95 



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: 9 An_ 
29 Aug. oj 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
19 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
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29 Aug. 03 
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29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
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96 29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Au 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
1 Sept. 03 
1 Sept. 03 

1 Sept. 04 

2 Sept.o_ 

6 Sept. 03 

7 Sept. 03 
9 Sept. 03 

12 Sept. 03 
12 Sept. 03 
12 Sept. 03 

23 Sept. 03 

24 Sept. 03 
1 Oct. 03 



4 Sept. 89 
3 June 89 
6 Jan. 86 

18 Sept. 89 
12 June 93 
;i May 92 
17 Feb. 01 
25 Oct. 89 
17 Feb. 91 
23 July 90 

5 May 86 
29 Aug. 85 
25 Aug. S3 
17 Feb. 91 

16 Jan. 89 
25 Jan. 93 

3 June 89 
2 Aug. 93 
21 Mar. 99 

17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 91 



29 Aug. gi 
t Apr. 97 
1 Dec. 97 
1 Jan. 98 
1 Feb. 95 

'25 Dec. 9c 

12 Aug. 95 
18 Jan. 95 

14 July 97 

29 Aug. 99 
18 Apr. 98 

1 Apr. 9 

30 Apr. 9 
18 May 9 

4 Apr. 94 

2 Jan. 93 

21 Oct. 9 

1 3 May 98 
8 Feb. g_ 

22 Feb. 99 
26 Feb. 9 

3 Nov. 03 

15 Jan. 02 
18 May 98 
18 May 9b 
26 JuueoS 



1 Oct. 03 



1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
3 Oct. 

3 Oct. 

4 Oct. 03 
7 Oct. 03 

10 Oct. 03 

14 Oct. 03 

15 Oct. 03 
17 Oct. ~ 
19 Oct. 
21 Oct. 
.1 Oct. 
23 Oct. ~j 
2= Oct. 03 
31 Oct. 03 

3 Nov. 03 

3 Nov. 03 

4 Nov. 03 
4 Nov. 03 
6 Nov. 03 

14 Nov. 03 

15 Nov. 03 
21 Nov. 03 



Majors. 



95 



Neville Thornton Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Ross Morton, Major, Indian Army 

David Simson Buist, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Langford Sullivan, Major, Indian Army 

Ralph Mai land Bell, Major, Indian Armv 

Henry Hinton Dunlop, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Hopewell Peterson, Major, Indian Army 

Chas. Archibald Ramsay Scott, Major, South Wales Bordrs 

Henry Percy Uniacke, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

Edward Berkeley Cook, Major, i Life Guards 

Geoffrey P. Thynne Feildin'g, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds 

Michael Bradley Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert 3chofield, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Arthur Thomas Cuming, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bernard Montague Bateman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Orlando Kellett, Major, Royal Irish Regiment 

Gamier Norton Cartwright, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Gordon Merriman, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery .. 
William MacLaren Campbell, Major, Royal Highlanders ... 

William Kyle Hnrdy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frank George Mathias Rowley, Major, Middlesex Regt 

Hamilton Maximillian C. W. Graham, Major, Royal Marine ) 

Light Infantry } 

Thomas Birchall Wood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Edward Wingfield Bidgood, Major, Royal Art 

Chrislopher God r rey Watson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Alfre 1 Wilson, Major, R&val Engineers 

Ernest Mourner? Paul, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander John Wogan Browne, Major, Indian Army 

James Henry Parker, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Sydney Boyle Stotherd, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

George Sim Ogg, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald John Saltren-Willett, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Molyneux Harrison, Major, Army Service Corps 

Ernest Frank Holden, Major, 5 Dragoou Guards 

Arthur Murray Pirie, DSO. Major, 21 Lancers 

Philip John Joseph Radclilfe, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Henry Young, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hopton Eliott Marsh, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Campbell Stephen. Major, 14 Hussars 

John Sherloc': Gooch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gilbert Montgomerie Hulton, DSO. Major, Royal Eng 

Walter Patrick Hussey Walsh, Major, Leicestershire Regt. 

Algernon Lawson, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Alexander IJeane, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regiment ... 

Charles Hecsman Heycock, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Geo. Teesdale Baker-Carr, MYO. Major, Ritle Brig. 

John Ponsonby, DSO. Major, Coldstream Guards 

Hon. John Roderick Brownlow, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Lionel Eric Ballantine Dykes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Percy Hancox, Major, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers... 

Henry Frank Vanderzec, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Rawdon Stansfeld. Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Edward Marshall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Noel Aranar Lowry Corry, DSO. Major, Grenadier Guards... 

Herbert William Johnston, Major, Indian Army 

David Clapham Adrian Andrew, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Riversdale Elliot, Major, Indian Army 

William Bernard James, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Le Grand Jacob, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Townshend Penw.yl-Passingham, Major, lud. Army 

George Charles Francis Snrtoiius, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Charles Claude Ducat, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Watkin Wall, Major, Indian Army ' 

Leslie Warner Jule Campbell, Major, Indian Army ... 

Francis Henry Domenichetti, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Ctiristopher Tytler, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Jollie, Major, Indian Army 

Beniamin John Henry Humfrey, Major, Indian Army 

James Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Tremearne Walling, Major, Indian Army 

Octarius William Carey, Major, Indian Army... 

James Will'am Drever, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Seymour Arnold, Major, Indian Army 

George Templer Widdicombe, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Anderson Kingston, Major, Indian Army 

William Melvill Southcy, Major, Indian Army 

Stephen Repton Stevens, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Wallace-Dunlop, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Patrick Bateman-Champain, Major, Indian Army... 

Napier Elles Chesney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Richard Hodgins,' J/«;or, Royal Artillery 

Cecil Barrow Simonds, Major, Royal Artillery 

Max Albert B.irns Kappey, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Augustus Frederick Magratb., Major, Indian Army... 

Ernest Lewis Corbett Berger, Major, Indian Army 

Maurice Randall Hurly, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Brocklehurst, 'Major, Somersetshire Light Infantry 
Walter Latham Loring, Major, Warwickshire Regiment ... 
Charles Edward Ramsey Ha: vey, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 



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9 July 
25 A Pr. 



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17 Feb. 



21 Dec 
28 June 
30 Jan. 



2 Apr. 



5 Feb. 
?8 Dec. 

6 June 



18 Apr. 

6 Nov 



15 Feb. 88 



25 Nov 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov 
25 No. 
25 No-. 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov. 

28 Feb. 
14 May 

4 July 
!7 Nov. 

5 Julv 
3 Dec. 
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5 Juh' 

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88 17 Feb. 
9 Dec. 

7 Feb. 
9 Dec. 

30 Jan. 

1 Sept, 

9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
6 .lati. 

6 Jan. 
16 Dec. 

1 Feb. 
30 Jan. 
•9 Apr. 
!9 Apr. 

89 ...... 

90 13 Nov. 

89 11 Nov. 
3 Feb. 

29 Apr. 

29 Apr. 

90 1 July 
<g Apr. 

3 Feb. 

87 16 Mar. 
92 ^5 Aor. 

88 18 Sept 

7 Feb. 
00 27 June 
87 29 June 

4 Die. 
>9 Apr. 

30 Jan. 
29 Apr. 

29 Apr. 
79 Apr. 
11 May 

30 Jau. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
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Jan. 
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Jan. 
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'. 85 25 Nov. 96>5 Nov. 03 

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85 25 Nov. '96 125 Nov. 03 

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16 Sept. 

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23 Mar. 89 1 Dec. 

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84' 21 Oct. 93 
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84 23 Oct. 93 
84 16 Dec. 93 
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91 1 1 July 98 

84 31 Dec. 93 

85 9 Feb. 93 



. Jan. 94 1 

21 Feb. 9 

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84 14 Mar. 94 15 Dec. 03 
84 14 July 94 15 Dec. 03 

84 29 Sept. 91 15 Dec. 03 
86 12 Aug. 95 15 Dec. 03 
86ji2Aug. 95 15 Dec. 03 

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86 8 Sept. 95 1" r 
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3 Jan. 95 25 Jan. 

1 Apr. 95 25 Tan. 
01) 1 Mar. 95 27 Jan 
85 1 Apr. 95 28 Jan. 



85 1 Apr. 95 28 Jan. 

85 t Apr. 95 28 Jan. -, 
92 23 Nov. 98 29 Jan. 04 

86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

85 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 10 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 - 
86 20 Jan. 07 on 



•iull. 04 
jvjotni. y/ ju Jilll. 04 

30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
C6.30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 
86'3n Jan. 97 30 Jan. 



Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

_ Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

86'3o Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

86J30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 

86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 



86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86' 30 Jan. 07 10 Jan. 04 
~~ 1..., „, 



29 Nov. 03 
2 Dec. 03 
4 Dec. 03 
6 Dec. 03 
6 Dec. 03 
9 Dec. 03 
9 Dec. 03 
9 Dec. 03 
2 Dec. 03 
2 Dec. 03 

2 Dec. 03 

3 Dec. C3 



I Dec. 



5 Jan. 



I. 04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
°4 
04 
°4 
04 
O4 



86 



ypjuu. gy 1 30 Jan. 04 
6 30 Jan. 97 30 To " ~ 
30 Jan. 97 30 

30 Jan. 97 30 

30 Jan. 97 30 

30 Ja.n. 97 30 .... 

30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 



3 ~ «■*"■ -4 

j« „«.... y/ 30 Jan. 04 

86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 

86J30 Jan. 97 30 Jau. 04 

86J30 Jan. 07 i« -Ton r,. 



- 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
85 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
85 15 May 95 31 Jan. 04 
25 3 Aug. 95 31 Jan. 04 
J6| 1 Feb. 97 1 1 Feb. 04 
1 Feb. 97 1 1 Feb. 04 
1 Feb. 97 1 Feb. 04 

■ I?nl. „_1 _ Tj*~1. _ . 



t Feb. 97 1 Feb. 04 

14 June 90! 3 Fell. o< 

6 Apr. gSl 3 Feb. 04 

4 Sept. So 6 Feb. 04! 



95* 



Majors. 



Arthur Lewis Hamilton Buchanan, Major, Seaforth Hldrs 

Edwin Charles S"»man, Major, Royal Engineers 

Claude Berners Wcstmaoott, Major, Worcestersh're Re°-t 

Charles Watson Clark, Major, Royal Artillery ..."" 

Arthur Barton Fox, Major, Somersetshire Light infantry 
Francis Myles Sondys-Lumsdaine, Major, Highland Li"ht 7 

Infantry ° l 

p.s.c. Robert Stair Stewart, Major, Liverpool Regiment".'... 
p.s.c. William Stirling BanDatyne, Ma jor, Liverpool Regt 
Charles Hugh Bennett, DSO. Major, Worcestershire Re^t 
Spencer Charles Ferguson, Major, Northumbeiland Fii." 
Clement Yatman, DSO. Major, Northumberland Fusilie s 

Charles Chesney Cook, Major. Indiau Army 

p.s.c. James Murray Home, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Sumner Bnrder, Major, Duke of Cornw'alfsLt.'inf] 
James Harold Burbmy, Major, Royal Sussex Regiment 
Thomas Diver, Major', Roval Warwickshire Regiment 
Francis William Towsey, Major, W. Yorkshire Regiment 
Robert James Bridgford, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Robert Francis Walters, Major, Essex Regiment 

Harry Adair Thompson, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards ', 

Austin Thomas Anderson, Major. Royal Artillery 
Edmund Stuart Eardley Wilniot Eardley- Russell, Major"')' 

Royal Artillery ' j 

Charles Waesmyth Bruere Ballard, Major, R^yalArtijiery 
Henry Kir.g MacCe.;rg;- M/~y Indian \rm? 
Geoffrey Downing, Major. Royal Dublin Fusiliers . 
William Q. Winwood, D<<0. Major, 5 Dragoon Guards .. 
John Marriott, DSO. Maj, r , Norfolk Regiment 

Henry Cecil Lowther, DSO. Major, Scots Guards 

Everard M'Leod Blair, Major, Koyal Engineers 

Edward Robertson Gordon, Major, 9 Lau "era 

Walter Rees Clifford, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Charles Moore, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment 

Alfred Malcolm Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

William John Kerr Rettie, Major, Roval Artillery .. 

Francis Herbert Hothani, Major, Royal West Kent Regt 

Chailes Henry Young, Major, Welsh Regiment ... 
Stanhope Humphrey Pedley. Major, Royal West Kent Ren-t! 
Y& Hamilton Lyster Reed, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Charles Massy, Major', Royal'Artillery . 

George Browne, Major, Border Regiment 

Frederick Edward Lloyd Barker, Major, Royal Artillery '" 
Philip Armfield Skipwith. Majo*, Royal Artillery ... 
Cosmo Gordon Stewart, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 
Francis Alfred Ugh; Maj;? Eeyal Artillery 
Sydney Laurence Crockett, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Frank Lascelles, Major, Scots Guards ... 

Franklm Francis Weedon, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Montague Burn, Major. Royal Engineers 

Thomas George MacLaren, Major, King's Owii Scottish')' 

Borderers j 

Douglas Richardson Ccates. M:i)c>: Royal Artilleiy 

Hope Johnstone, Major, Royal Artillery " 

Edward George Chcke, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Strong, Major, Royal Artillery .'.!'.'. .'.....'.".'." 

p.s.c. Douglas Liiturn MacEwen, Major, Cameron Highldrs' 
Arthur John Ernest Perkins, Major, Royal Artillery . 

Francis Middleton Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Cameron Leveson-Gowe'r, Major, Indian Army . 
Benjamin Proctor Simpson Rooke, Major, Indian Army 

Philip Chailes Palin, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Joseph Thacker, Major, Indian Army 

Jobn Edward Laurie Gibbs, Major. Bedfordshire Reo-t . 
P.scMoti. Alan Richard Moi.tagu-Stuart-Wortley, Major, \ 

King's Royal Rifles ..'.. j 

John Prestwich Blakeway, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hon. William Bailey, Major, n Hussars .. 

Wilfrid Many at Bliss Jlhjcr Scottish Rities 

r<T Sir John Peniston Milbanke, Barf. Major, 10 Husars 

Ernest William Kyrle Money, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. 

Charles Jasper Blunt, Army Ordnance Department .. . 

Percy Braybrooke Molesworth, Major, Roval Engineers . 

George Arthur Hawkins, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Rodney Heastey, Major, Roy. InniskillingFusi'liers 

p s c Campbell Cclfin 3/::;j.-' Euval Engire.ro 

John Arnold Cuthbert Qmlter, Major, Grenadier Guard's 

vVilham Berkeley Wallace, Major, Suffolk Regiment ... . 
Jenkm Stephen Jones, Major, Middlesex Regiment 
p.s.c. Cameron Deane Shute, Ma/or, Rifle Brigade 
Edward Pelhani Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stafford Charles Babington, Major, Royal Engineers 

Geoffrey Frank Walton, Major, Army Service Corps .......'.'. 

Frederick Lord Aldersey Packman, Major, East Surrey Rgt. 
Hugh Gilbert Casson, Major, South Wales Borderers ... 

William Trench Digby, Major, Royal Engineers '.'.'.'.'.. 

Ernest Melville Johnston burn, Major, Royal Engineers 
Harry Francis Sparrow, Major, East Kent Regiment ... 
Henry Cecil East Smithett, Major, York and Lancaster Rgt. 
Douglas Edward Cayley, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 



2udLlEUT. LIEUT. 



5 May 



Feb. ?i 
22 Aug. 8S 
9 May 88 
6 Ju'y 9c 
26 Oct 



28 Apr. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
4 Dec. 89 
16 Sept. 85 
12 Nov. 84 

25 Nov. 85 



1 2 Aug. 96 
14 Jan. 9*i 
27 Dec. 96 
1 Sept. 95 
4 Jan. 92 

17 Dec. 92 



5 Feb. 87 
26 June 89 



18 Sept. 89 iS Sept. 95 

7 May 9022 Jan. 96 

8 Feb. 90] 1 1 Aug-. 97 
18 Aug. 92 21 Jan. 

90 i3 Sept. 92 
18 Feb. 36 
18 Feb. 86 
7 Feb. 85 
26 Feb. go 
11 Mar. 91 



Dec. 89 



6 Feb. 04 
14 Feb. 04 

14 Feb. 04 

15 Feb. 04 
17 Feb. 04 

17 Feb. of 

17 Feb. 04 
17 Feb. 04 
17 Feb. 04 

7 Feb. 04 



Nov. 85 
Dec. 91 
Feb. 85 

27 June 88j 16 Dec. 8. 

17 Feb. b8[i7 Feb. 9 



17 Fob. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 8s'i7 Feb. 91 

I 3 Mar. 86 

I 6 May 85 

15 Mar. 93 24 Jan. 94 
! 5 Dec. 83 

29 Dec. 



9 Apr. 98 17 Feb. 04 
18 Feb. 97! 18 Feb. 04 
18 F-b. 97 18 Feb. 04 
26 July 93J19 Feb. 04 
11 May 95(20 Feb. 04 

6 Apr. 98^0 Feb. 04 
16 Nov. 9^23 Feb. 04 
24 Jan. 98^4 Feb. 04 

7 Oct. 95 27 Feb. 04 
1 Mar. 97)27 Feb. 04 

"2 Mar. 04 



PLACED OX 
HAL* PAT. 



7 Feb. ! 

5 Sept.! 



25 Nov. 85 
7 Feb. 85 

29 Aug. 85 

16 Sept. 85 

17 Feb. 91 

30 Jan. 86 
17 Oct. 88 

130 Jan. 86 
17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

5 Dec. 83 

28 June 88 28 June 91 
23 July 87J23 July 90 
27 July 88 27 July 91 
27 July 88)27 Ju'y 91 
27 July 88*27 July 91 
15 May 89^0 July 92 



27 July 

1 Aug. 9S 2 Mar. 04 

1 Any. 98 2 Mar. 04 
3 Mar. 97 3 Mar. 04 

7 June 94 5 Mar. 04 
1 Feb. oiin Mar. 04 
5 Sept. 93 12 Mar. 04 

'3 Apr. 92J24 Juae99|i2 Mar. 04 
17 Feb. 86 11 Mar. 9*1 14 Mar. 04 

8 Sept. 95 15 Mar. 04 
14 May 91)16 Mar. 04 

Nov. 95 16 Mar. 



13 Nov. 25 
8 Sent. 98 

10 Sept. 9 
23 Dec. 96 

30 Sept. 95 

14 Sept. 98 
14 Sept. 98 
10 Mar. 93 

31 Oct. 98 

8 Nov. 98 
19 Nov. 

9 Nov. 98 
9 Nov. 
7 July 99 



17 Feb. 86 14 Mar. 96 
17 Feb. 86 9 Apr. 96 

10 Mar. S3 30 Dec. 93 
27 July 88)27 July 91 6 Dec. 98 
27 July 88,27 July 91 9 Dec. 98 
27 July 88)27 July 91 9 Dec. 98 



27 July 88 
21 Dec. 



5 Nov. 



27 July 91 12 Dec. 

24 July 91 3 Apr. 97 

16 Sept. 85 7 Sept.95Ji 9 Apr. 04 



16 Mar. 04 
16 Mar. 04 
19 Mar. 04 
19 Mar. 04 
2 1 Mar. 04 
26 Mar. 04 
26 Mar. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 

4 Apr. 04 

5 Apr. 04 

12 Apr. 04 

13 Apr. 04 
13 Apr. 04 
13 Apr. 04 

3 Apr. 04 
16 Apr. 04 



16 Sept. 85 
28 Apr. 86 

" Apr. 
28 Apr. 
28 Apr. 86 

2 Nov, 



9 Feb. 87 
23 Nov. 92 



15 May 97 



11 Dec. 95I22 Apr. 04 



28 Apr. 97 
28 Apr. 97 
28 Apr. 97 
1 May 97 
1 July 94 

11 Mar. 95 

9 May 96 
30 Jan. 95 
1 Apr. 96 
7 Apr. 00 
30 Mar. 91 
26 Feb. 96 
22 July 96 1 



16 Apr. 90 

17 Feb. 
22 July 90 
25 Aug. 86 

18 Apr. 94 
25 Aug. 83 

16 Sept.85 

17 Feb. 86 
iq May 86 19 May 97I19 May 04 

Nov. 8624 June 96 21 May 04 
17 Feb. 86 25 July 96 21 May 04 
1 Dec. 9SI21 May 04 22 May 04 



8 Apr. 04 
28 Apr. 04 
28 Apr. 04 

1 May 04 

2 May 04 

4 May 04 

4 May 04 

7 May 04 

7 May 04 

7 May 04 

11 May 04 

1 3 May 04 

May 04 



17 Feb. I 



9 May 83 



4 M:iy 87 
1 Mar. 90 



7 Feb. 

5 Nov. 85 
29 Au^ 
17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 86 

4 Feb. 91 
20 Nov. 89 
25 Aug. "' 
17 Feb. 

17 Feb. 

5 Mar. 90 
7 July 86 

20 Feb. 92 



15 June 94 31 May 04 
25 Feb. 94 4 June 04 



18 Sept. 95 
13 Sept. 98 

1 Mar. 
25 Aug. 97 
24 Mar. 96 

1 Nov. 92 

4 Aug. 96 

5 Aug. 96 
3 May 96 

28 Aug. 95 
24 June 99 



4 June 04 

8 June 04 

9 June 04 
9 June 04 

11 June 04 
18 June 04 
21 June 04 
21 June 04 
1 July 04 
1 July 04 
6 July 04 



Majors. 



95 7} 



2ndLIK0T.' LIEUI. ' CAPIIIX. 



Thomas Angus Tancred, Major, Royal ArtUleiy 

Walter Adams Nicholson, Major, Royal Artllery 

Anthonv Hudson Woodifield. Major, Royal Artillery 

Osborne Kendal Tancock, Major, Riy.il Artillery 

Arthur Edward Mainwnring, Major, Royal Dunlin Fusiliers, 

Claud de Moutmorency Franklyn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Leonard Cnwie", Major, West India Regiment j8 Dec. 

William Patrick Alexander, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charts Sutton Edndge, Major. Liverpool Regiment n Feb. 

Charles Burrard. Major, Ind'an Array i 

Oiten Annesley Smith, Indian Arm? j 

George Tracey Robinson, Major, Indian Army I 

Alfred Ralph Burlton, Major, Indian Army \ 

Walter Raleigh Chichester, M<jor, Worcestershire Regt. ... 8 June 

Edward N'orthey, Major, King's Roy il Rifle Corps ' 7 Mar. 

Horace Carl on Evans, Major, Royal Marine Light Inf. ...| 



PLiCBD O-V 
HALF PAY. 



17 Feb. 80 13 June 96 13 July 04 
27 July 8S 27 July qt 17 Feb. 99 13 July o, 

17 Feb. 86 18 June 96' 15 July 0+ 

17 Feb. 86 1 Aug. 96! 15 Jnly 04 

I 7 Feb. 85 16 May 94', l6 July 04 

17 Feb. 86 12 Aug. 96 16 July 04 
14 Sept. 91 3 Apr. 97|t5 July 04 

17 Feb. 86 29 Aug. 06,20 July 04; 

18 Sept. 89 20 Sept. 93 23 July 01 
24 Julv 86 24 July 97 24 July 04! 

!?4 July 86 24 J ily 97 24 July 04 
24 July 86 24.1u'y 97,24 July 04 
24 July 86 24 Ju'y 97 24 July 041 

6 Apr. 92 11 Djc. 99 3 Aug. 04 

7 May 93 1 July 93] 3 Aug. 04 
Sept. 86 7 Feb. 96 5 Aug. 04 



Edward Hngh Pirn, Major, Royal Artillery' 27 July 83 27 July 91 20 Feb. 99 

Edmund Hjd9 Whalley Howard Stafford, Major, R. Eng... ,s f^h. 86 13 Aug. 96 

Mordaunt Abingdon Carlisle Crowe, Major, R ival Artillery , 7 Yeb. 86 29 Aug. 96 

Philip Clement Joseph Scott. Major, A my Service Corp 3 ?g Nov. 90J 24 Jan. , ql 

George Harry Davidson, DSO. Major, Royal Scot3 4 May 87I12 Oot. 89 14 Mir. 96 

Francis Britton Morley, Major. Northumberland Fusiliers \ 8 Oct. 90 23 Mar. 92 23 He-. 97 

Frederick H. W. Pym. Major, Amy Ordnance Department 

Henry Jenkins Bro-k, Major, Royal A tiliery 15 Feb. 89 

Beres'ord Cecil Molynenx Carter, Major, Lancashire Fas... 25 Mar. 91 

Alfred Turner Rowlandson, Major, Indian Army 

Arundel Sinclair Begbie, Major. Indian Army 

Francis Frederick Badcock, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Henry William Richard Senior, Major, Indian Army 

Ian Hope Grant. Major. Indian Army 

ErnESt Stanley Hill, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick William Charles Turner, Major, Indian Army ... 

Ernest John Macfarlane Wood, Major, Iudian Army 

Walter Dickens Daunt, Major, Indian Army 

Henry George Walker, Major. Indian Army 

Edgar Brandieth, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Tarrant Swan, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Charles Livingstone Waller, Major, Iud. Army... 

Frank L'oyd Vincent, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Alexander Moore, Major, Indian Army 

Francis William Hallowes, Major, Indian Army : 

Denis George Peart, Major, Indian Army | 

Walter George Hodgson, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Bobert Edward Lock, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald Percy Congrevc Schneider, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Henry Blown, Major, Indian Army 

Cyril Edward Wood, Major, Indian Army 

Lewin Barlow Walton, Major, Indian Army 

James Saurin Richards, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Carnac Watson, Major, Indian Army 

John Joseph O'Brien Sexton, Major, Indian Army 

Theodore Chas. Mackenzie Trower Hogg, Major, Ind. Army 

Owen Charles Argles, Major, Indian Army 

William George Grey, Major, Indian Army 

Lindesay Maxwell Bell, Major, Indian Army 

p.'.c. William Soutball Rtid May, Major, East York- | 

shire Regiment I 

Robert Ltionce Owens, Major, Royal Irish Repiment 

Herbert Cvril Orde Murray, Major, Black Watch 

H. E. Burleigh Leach, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers ... 

William Cleecr, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment 

Charles Joseph Windham, Major, Indian Army 



5 Aug. 04 

6 Aug. 04 
10 Aug. 04 
12 Aug. 04 

14 Aug. 04I 

15 Aug. 04 
1 Sept. 86 14 Feb. 03 17 Aug. 04 

15 Feb. 92 17 Mar. 99 19 Aug. 04 
1 Sept. 92 13 July 93 24 Aug.04 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 07 25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 8 5 25 Aug. 97*25 Aug. 04 
2; Aug. 36 25 Aug. 97 1 2 5 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 86.25 Aug. 97 25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 85 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 
?5 Aug. 85 25 Aug. 97 ■ 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 86,25 Aug. 97 25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 : 
,25 Aug. S6 25 Aug. 9- 
,25 Aug. 85 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 8 : > 25 Aug. 37 • 



25 Aug 



-< ; . Aug. 14 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Au_-. 04 



25 Aug. 04 

25 Aug. 04 

Aug. 04 

25 Aug. 04 



23 Ar-g. 86' 2 5 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. So 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 07 
25 Aug. 86' 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86I25 Aug. 97 
25 Ang. 86 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 07 
25 Aug. 86; 25 Aug. 97 
25 A'ig. 86 25 Aug. 97 
Aug. 86 25 Aug. 97 



5 Aug. 97(25 Aug. 04 



25 Aug. 04 

25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
-5 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 ! 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
I \ug.04 



25 Aug. 86 25 Aug. 67 23 Aug. 04 



25 Aug. 86 
9 May 85 



:= Aug. 97 
6 Sept. 93 



21 May 87 5 Dec. 88 30 Jan. 92 



25 Aug. 04! 

26 Aug. 04 
jo Aug. 04 



2 May 



8 Feb. 93 

9 Aug. 85 
1 Sept. 86 

Charles Walter Tribe, Indian Army 1 Scr>\S7 2 s Sept. 88 

Edward Astley Edm. Leti, bridge, DSO. Major, Oxford- \ ' 



; 7 Feb. 85 13 Apr. 92 27 Aug. 04 



22 Aug. 



c Oct. 85 
5 Oct. 91 



27 Jan. 00 28 Au 

28 Nov. 95 
1 Sept. 97 
1 Sept. 98 



27 Sept. 93 



7 Sept. 98 
4 Oct. 99 



_ °4 

29 Aug. 04 
1 Sept. 04 

1 Sept. 04 

2 Sept. 04 



] 9 Oct 

8 Juno S9 8 Oct. 90 12 Sept. 94 
6 July 89 25 Mar. 91,30 Jan. 9 
29 Dec. 88 1 18 Nov. 91 18 Mar. 9 
17 Feb. 86 30 Sept. 9 



22 Aug. 88 21 Mar. 93 

12 Nov. 84 



shire Liyht Infantry 
Charles John Brinsiey, Lord Newtown-Bntlcr, Major,} 

Coldstream Guards / 

Archibald M'Gill, Major { District Officer), Royal Artillery... 

Bamfylde Leonard Carew, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

George Francis Reginald Forbes, Major, Royal Irish Rcgt. 

Frederick Gilbert Talbot, Mtjor, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Robert Palmer, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Guinand Blackider, DSO. Major, Leicestershire 1 

Regiment / 

Gerald Meade Gloster, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Frank Aikenhead, Major, Royal Artillery 

Chillies Gosling. Major, King's Royal Ri.ie Corps 

p.s.c. William Sykes Bank*, Major, IJor-e'-shire Regiment... 
Beauchamp St. Clair St. Clair-Ford, M ajor, East York- \ 

shire Regiment, / 

Arthur John Pilcber. Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Hallowes Lewis, Major, Army Service Corps 

Herbert Graham Wett'uorlmd, Major, Hampshire R-'gt. ... 
Philip Carteret Fall Atherley, Major, Nottinghamshire \ 

and Derbyshire Regiment / , 

Arthur James Stephen, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment...] 

Archibald Stephen Koe, Major, King's Own Scottish BordJ 

Arthur Gilbert Master, Major, Army Service Corps 4 Mar. 91 _ 

William Francis Leader, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regt.119 Nov. 87 19 Mar. 90! 4 May 98:21 Sept. 04 

Mostyn Eden Cookson, Major, Roynl Sussex Regiment I 5 Feb. 17I 6 Aug. 90 29 May 95 24 Sept.04 

Edward Part Brooker, Major, Royal Engineers | (18 Feb. 86|i6 Sept. y6 25 Sept.04 



22 Aug. 88 
14 Sept.87 
r.8 Feb. 91 



17 Feb. 86 
25 Feb. 91 
9 May 85 



6 Dec. 95 

20 Oct. 92 
30 Sept. 96 

5 Feb. 97 

5 May C5 

18 Sent.89 16 Oct. 95 

18 Feb. 86J 8 Scpt.96 
ti Jan. 93 1 2 Fob. 98 

5 Dec. 83! 3 Mar. 91 

6 May 85 14 Dec. 92 

10 Mar. 86 16 Apr. 93 
30 Jan. 85 23 May 94*21 Sept.04 
5 Apr. 93I 1 Apr. 98^1 Sept.04 



3 Sept.04 

3 Sept.04 
7 Sept.04 

- S 'lit. >j 
7 Sept.i 4 
7 Sept.04 

10 Sept.04 

10 Sept.04 
12 Sept.04 
14 Sept.04 
17 Sept.04 

17 Sept.04 

20 Sept.04 

20 Sept.04 

21 Sept.04 
21 Sept.04 

I Sept.04 



q6 



Majors. 




1 PLACED ON 
JHALFPAIT. 



Charles Edward Phipps. Major. Royal Artillery 

U8T Alexander Edward Viscount Fincastle, Major, 16 Lancers 

Alfred Walpole, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Ernest Vanrenen, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sydney Frederick Williams, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hon, Reginald Hastings Marsham, Major. 7 Hussars 

Robert William Hawthorn Ronaldson, Major. Highland) 

Light Infantry / 

Edward Schtll Cripv is Hobson, Major, Worcestershire Regt. 
p.a.c. Reginald St. George Gorton, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Harry Francis Head, Major, Royal Artllery 

Thomas Richmond Phillips, Major, Royal Arti'lery 

Alfred Edward Hubbard, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment ... 

Frank Trev r Oldham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Legge Robertson-Eustace, DSO. Major, King's ( 

Royal Rifle Corps ) 

Henry Edward Berkeley Newenbam, Major, Royal Fusilier.- 

William Leith Malcolm, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Kendnll Fair, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Brenton Laurie, Major, Royal Irish Rifle9 

Howard Alan Denholme Fiaser, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Richard Tucker Gray, Major, Royal Irish Fusiliers 

Reginald Carlyon Coates, D O .Maj r, Roy.il Artillery 

Robert Ferdiu'and Brewster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Forbes, Major. Aimy Ordnance Departme t 

Harold Arthur Rei'J, Major, Royal An illery 

Frederick Edward Grey Ponsonby, CYO. Major Gren. (ids. 
Edward James Lugard, DSO. Major, Indian Army .... 

Henry Carew Ricketts, Major. Indian Army 

Lindsay Anstruther Forbes, Major, Indi ,n Army 

Charles Oriel Olipnant Tanner, Major, Indian Army . 

Henry Lawrence Fleming, Major, Indian Army 

Philip Byron Bohun Forster, Major, Indian Army .... 

Cecil Howard Williams, Major, Indian Anny 

Alfred Bruce San_2Ster, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Thornton Stewait, Major, Indian Army 

Aubrey James Jamieson, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Gordon Benn, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Henry J. Milnes M>.cAndrew, DSO. Major, Ind. Army 

Arthur Hely Bolton, Major, Indian Army 

Seymour Hulbert Sheppard, DSO. Captain Royal Eng 
George Higgiuson Ford-Hntchinson, DSO. Connaught Rgrs. 

David Aubrey Calender, Major, Ryal Scots 

Kempster Kenmare Knapp, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Harold Cori.e'.t. Major, 18 Hussars 

Joseph Oates Travers, DSO. Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Harry Joseph KeUa'l, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Raymond Houghton, Major, West Riding Regt. .. 

Harry M'Micking, DSO. Major, Royal Scots 

Alexander Colm M'Clean. Major, Cameron Highlanders .. 

Rofert R. Geoghegan, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Swinton Jacob, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Charles Laing, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Charles HicXley, Major, Indian Army 

Richard William Arthur Denne, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Moore Kirkwood, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Percy Dunbar Oarmatc Stuart, Major, Ind. Army 

Kenneth James Grant Dunolly, Major, Indian Army 

Rupert Bohun Blunt Howe, Major, Indian Army 

George Polding Campbell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Robert Gaunt, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

John Henry Arthur Boyce, Major, Roi al Lancaster Regt.... 
Humphry Stephen Woolrych, Major, Liverpool Regiment... 
George FredK. Molyneux-Montgomery, Major, Gren. Gds... 
John Nassau Chambers Kennedy, Major, Royal Eingineers 
James Douglas M'Lachlan, Major. Cameron Highlanders... 

Evelyn Chiappini Peebles, DSO. M-jor, Norfolk Regt 

Herbert Chaworth Fergusson, Major, Highland Light Inf ... 
Alexander William Abercrombie, Major, Connaught Rngrs. 

Arthur Cecil Hamilton Smithett, Major, Indian Army 

Hector Horatio Harvest, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Dale Nichol, 3Iajor,' Royal Artillery 

Herbert E. J. Beake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert H. Hare, DSO. Brigade Major, Roval Artillery, ) 

Malta, 24 Feb. 04 ." j 

Claude E. Forestier-Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Langlands, Major, West India Regiment 

VinceDt Randolph Pigott, Major, R. Warwickshire Regt.... 

Miles Hatton Tristram, Major, 12 Lancers 

Percy H. Fawcett, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles R?ss, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Charles Bosvile Tottenham, DSO. Major, 14 Hussars 

Gilbert Head, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Charles William Button Pollard, Major, Leinster Regt 

John Augustus Hope, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Walter Barrington Silver, Major, Royal Irish F usiliers 

Alfred Coryton M'Crea, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Sydney Hamilton, Major, Army Ordnance Dept. ... 

Clement Ainslie, Major, Royal Engineers, Staff Officer to} 

Commanding Engineer, Punjaub ) 



18 Feb. 86,17 Oct. 96 27 Sept 

;oMay 91 1 Sept.94 r70ct. 9929 Sept 

|r8 Feb. 86 25 Sept.96 1 Oct. 

iiSFeb. 86, 1 Oct. 06 1 Oct. 

18 Feb. 86 r Oct. 96 4 Oct. 

8 Feb. 88 1 1 Nov. 90 14 Apr. 97 5 Oct. 

125 Aug. 86 17 Ma y 93 5 Oct. 

[7 Jan. 91 6 July 92 21 Dec. 99 3 Oct. 

j 18 Feb. 86 17 Oct. 96 oOct. 

;r8 Feb. 86^9 Oct. 96 9 Oct. 

I18 Feb. 86129 Oct. 96 9 Oct. 

25 Aug. 83 r6 Jan. 94 10 Oct. 

5 Feb. 8q 15 Feb. 92 15 May 99 ro Oct. 

; oJan. 89! 6 May 9r 19 May 97 12 Oct. 

25 Aug. 86' 2 Feb. 98 19 Oct. 

;27 0ct. 86 27 Oc'. 97,27 Oct. 

18 Feb. 86 r Oct. 99 27 Oct. 

2 Sepc.85 20 Nov. 93 28 Oct. 
r 8 Feb. 86 4 Oct. 96,30 Oct. 



128 Aor. 86 

15 Feb. 89 is F J b. 92 

1 18 Feb. 86 

15 Feb. 89 15 Peb. 92 

1 3 Feb. 86 

11 Feb. 88. 2 July 92 

10 Ncv. 8c 

10 Nov. 86 

to Nov 



to Aug. 95 jr Oct. 
28 May 97 1 Nov. 
2r Dec. 96 2 Nov 
25 May 99 2 Nov, 
21 Doc. 95 7 Nov 
15 Feb. 99' 8 Nov, 
10 Nov. 97 10 Nov 
ro Nov. 97 ro Nov 
ro Nov. 07 ro Nov 



ro Nov. 86! ro Nov. 97 ro Nov. 
ro Nov. 86, 10 Nov. 97 i ro Nov, 
ro Nov. 86 ro Nov. 97 ro Nov. 
10 Nov. 86 10 Nov. 07 10 Nov. 
ro Nov. 86; 10 Nov. 97 ro Nov, 

1 10 Now 86! ro Nov. 97 ro Nov 

:o Nov. 86}ro Nov. 97 10 Nov. 

jio Nov. 86; 10 Nov. 97 ro Nov 

I [o Nov. 86 10 Nov. 97 ro Nov 

jro Nov. 86 to Nov. 97 :o Nov 

r4 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93 31 Dec. 00! 10 Nov 

I 9 May 85; 2 Nov. 9t |r6 Nov 

r4 Sept. 87 23 Jan. 90 1 7 Apr. 96 16 Nov 

i 18 Feb. 86' 7 Jan. 97 16 Nov, 

ro Nov. 88 25 June go 28 Feb. 97 r9 Nov, 

I25 Aug. 86 20 Feb. 95 22 Nov, 

|24Ju!y 86' 2 June 9722 Nov, 

87,23 May 85 18 Feb. 92J30 Nov, 

r4 Sept 87 4 June 90 24 June 96' 5 Dec. 
4 May 87 27 Dec. 89; 7 Apr. 97 1 7 Dec. 



7 Feb. 



7 Feb. 99! r S-pt 



8 Dec. 86 8 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 86, 8 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 86) 8 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 861 8 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 86! 8 Dee. 97 
8 Dec 86 8 Dec. 97 

8 Dec. 86 8 Dec. 97 
( 8 Dec. 86 8 Dec. 97 

] 12 May 86 3 Nov. 96 

29 Nov. 90 23 Apr. 92 2 July 99 

I 6 May 85 8 June 94 

rr Feb. 88 r8 Sept.80 rs Jan. 96 
3r July 89 10 Aug. 92 15 Feb. 99 

i 2 July 85 6 Nov. 96 

5 Mar. 9r 2 Aug. 92 r9 May o3 

25 Aug. 84 r Nov. 94 

j ro Nov. 86 22 Nov. 94 

9 May 85 21 De?. 92 
29 Dec. 86 29 Dec. 97 
t6 Sept. 85 1 3 Aug. 95 
r7 Feb. 86 29 Aug. 96 
18 Feb. 86, 1 Nov. 96 

24 July 86 2 June 97 

24 July 86 14 June 97 

3 May 90^3 Jan. 92! 1 Oct. 97 
14 Sept. 87 14 Jan. 9r r8 May 98 

4 Mar. 91 2r Dec. 92 rr June 00 

1 24 July 86 rs June 97 

I12N0V. 84! 5 Dec. 94 

29 Oct. gc'23 Nov. 92;i6 Apr. 00 
'29 Aug. 85520 Aug. 95 

22 Aug. 88; r Apr. 90; 8 Jan. 96 

22 May 80] 1 July qi 21 Aug. 97 
1 25 Aug. 86 12 Aug. 95 

19 Jan. 87, ro Apr. 8a 19 Jan. 98 
■ Z3 Feb. 9rlii Feb. 98 

[24 July 86 6 Dec. 96 



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8 Dec. 
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r4 Jan. 
r8 Jan. 
r8 Jan. 
rS Jan. 
r9 Jan. 
19 Jan. 
19 Jan. 

24 Jan. 



Majors. 



96ft 



2ndLiErr. lieti. 



Feb. 98 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 981 5 Feb. 05 



5 Feb 

S Feb. 91 

3 Feb. g< 
3 Feb. 9 3 



Walter William Frankis, Major, Royal Marines ..- , 1 Sept. 36 1 Apr. 96 2S Jan. 05 

John Christian, Major (District Officer), Royal Artillery ... 2 Aug. 90J21 Mar. 0030 Jan. 05 

Michael H. Courtenay, Major, Royal Artillery I 24 July 86! 3 July 97 i Feb. 05 

George R. M. Church. Major, Royal Art. D.A.A.G. Nagpur\ 24 July 86 16 June 97 1 Feb. 05 

David H. Drake-Brockma'n, Major. Indian Army J 1 Feb. 87 24 Mar. 88| 1 Feb. 93 1 Feb. 05 

Arthur Lytton Bellamv, Major', Norfolk Regiment , ! 30 Jan. 86 28 Nov. 93 4 Feb. 05 

Henry Marshall Barnes, Majo-, Royal Artillery 15 Feb. 89 13 Feb. 92! 8 June 99 4 Feb. 05 

Henry H. Southey, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 2? Nor. S7 

Henry Harvey Nurse, Major, Indian Array 5 Feb. 87 30 Dec. 87 

Arthur H. D.'l'reagb, Major, Indian Army i 5 Feb. 87 2 Jan. 88 

John R G. B Carter, XajorTadi^Axmy,A4Jutant, Kola- I F , g Jan g8 

pore Infantry and Anislant Political Agent, Bombay )' J ' 

Ernest R. I. Chitty, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 1 Feb. 8S 

John Hill, DSO. Major, Indian Army : 5 Feb. 87 11 Feb. 88 

Charles E. N, Priestley, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 21 Feb. 88 

John J. D. Sillery, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 27 Feb. 83 

Edward F. Twigg, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 27 Feb. 83 

Gilbert V. Holmes, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 12 Apr. S3 

Reginald E. Roome, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 20 Apr, 

James M. Wikeley, Major, Indian Army 1 5 Feb. 87; 4 May 

Thomas 8. Barton, Major, Indian Aimy j 5 Feb. S7 8 May 

Alfred P. Brorm, Major, Indian Army 

Henry H. Roddy, Major, Indian Army, Supply and Trans- I 

port Officer j 

Harry A. H. Thompson, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Tvreddle. Major, Indian Army .*. 

Richard R. Vaughan, Major, Indian Army 

George A. Dale, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund F. Rainey, Major, Indian Army 

Edward A. W. Stolherd', Major, Indian Army 

Henry A. P. Lindsay, Major, Indian Army 

Colin C. Renton, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander J. Badcock, Major, Indian Army 

William K. Scharlieb, Major, Indian Army 3 Feb. 87 26 Feb 

Ernest C. Rowcroft, DSO. Major, Indian Army | 5 Feb. S7 23 Mar. So 5 Feb. 

Alfred G. B. Turner, Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87' 6 May 8gj 5 Feb. 9S 

Charles H. Davies, Major, Indian Army ! 5 Feb. 87 1 Sept.Sgj 5 Feb. " 



33 



5 Feb. 87 to May 83 

5 Feb. S7 13 May S8 

5 Feb. 87 31 July 83 
3 Feb. 87 2 Aug. 88 
5 Feb. 87 7 Oct. 88 
5 Feb. 87 17 Oct. 88 
5 Feb. 87 17 Oct. 88 
5 Feb. S 7 1 Apr. £3 
5 Feb. 87 16 Jan. 89 
5 Feb. 37 4 Feb. 89; 
5 Feb. 87 5 Feb. 89 



Feb. 

3 Feb. 05 

5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 9S 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. o3 5 Feb. o; 
3 Feb. 93 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 98 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 98 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 9S 5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 98 3 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 98 1 5 Feb. 05 

5 Feb. 98 5 Feb. 05 

5 Feb. 98: 5 Feb. 03 
Feb. 98 5 Feb. 05 



5 Feb. 93 
5 Feb. 08 
5 Feb. 9 3 
5 Feb. 93 
5 Feb. 98 
5 Feb. 98 
s Feb. 9 3 
Feb. 58 



Feb. 05 
Feb. 05 
Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
5 Feb. 05 
3 Feb. 05 



Edward M. J. Molyneiix, DSO. Major, Indian Army 5 Feb. 87 8 Apr, 90 5 Feb. 98! 5 Feb. 05 



William Edward Gunnel! Connolly! Major, Royal Marine / 

Light Infantry J 

Reginald Stanley Hardman, Major, Royal Artillery 15 Feb. 39 15 Feb. 92! 8 June 99 

John Alexander Hobson, Major, Royal Artillery ..' 13 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92 31 Aug. 99 

Henry Edward Vallentin, Major, Royal Artillery 15 Feb. 80 20 Sept.92 i3 Sept.99 

Godfrey Bingham Hinton. Major, Royal Artillery 14 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93 27 Sept.99 

Edward Carew Sandars, Major, Royal Artillery 15 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92I 9 Oct. 99 

Charles W. G. Richardson, Major, Indian Army 11 Feb. 83 23 Apr. 90 11 Feb. 99 

Robert de Vaughan Faunce, Major, Indian Army 17 Sept.87 27 Aug. 89 17 Sept.98 

Henry Finch Dawson, Major, h.'p. from Royal Artillery 5 Feb. 8g 15 Feb. 92] 9 Oct. 99 

Reginald E A. Le Mottee, Major, Royal Artillery ....'. 15 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92; 9 Oct. 

Arthur Rivers Saunders, Major, Indian Array 

Henry L. D. Fordyce, Major, Indian Army 

Joseph William Underwood, Major, 4 Hussars 

George Holme Arbuthnot, Major, Royal Berkshire Regt. .. 

William Ernest Searth Burch, Major', Royal Irish Regt 

William A. Adams, Major, 5 Lancers 

James Hay, Major, Royal Artillery 

Eardley Mostyn Childers, Major, Oxfordshire Light Inf. .. 
Hamilton Walter Edward Finch, Major, Middlesex Regt... 

Claude Julian Hawker, Major, Coldstream Guards 

Edward John Howard Walker, Major, Manchester Regt. .. 

William A. Harrison, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Cecil Lothian Nicholson, Major, Worcestershire Regt 
Roger Courtenay Boyle, Major, Royal Munster Fusilier3 ... 

Clement Parker Toulson, Miior, 4 Dragoon Guards 

Charles W. Crofton, Major, North Staffordshire Regiment. 

Claude T. Ducat, Major, h.p. from Indian Army 

Y\ illiam S. Eardley Howard, Major, Indian Army 

Walter S. Feazer, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Tait Pitman, Major, u Hussars 

John O'Brien Minogue, D IAO. Major, W. Yorkshire Rgt. 
•John A. C. Somerville, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Charles H, D. Ryder, DSO. 'Major, Royal Engineers 

Neil W. Haig, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Hubert W. Codrington, Major, Indian Army 

Edward G. Henderson, Muj'or,R.oyn\ Engineers 

William M. H. Armstrong,' Major, Army Service Corps ... 
Geo. Vawdray, Major, Army Ser. Ops, Dep.Assf. Dir.Trans 

Bertie H. O. Armstrong, Major, Royal Engineers 

E. 0. A. Newcombe, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alban R. C. Atkins, Major, Army Service Corps 

John H. Lambert, Major, Royal Marines, S/affi Officii- 

Reginald Alexander, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Tom St. A. B. L. Nevinson, Major, Royal Artillery.'.'....!!!... 
Ernest A. Shakerley, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf. 

Reginald H. H. Boys, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Percy H. Coningham, Major, Indian Army .. 

Charles S. Wilson, Major', Royal Engineers '.'.!'.!.!'.!!' 

Reginald Longueville, Major, Coldstream Guards 1 Sept.89^3 Feb. 93 

Wilfred N. E. Smith, Major. Royal Marines 
Henry E. G. Clayton, Major, Royal Enginee 



1 Sept. 86] 1 Apr. 96 7 Feb. 05 

13 Feb. os 

13 Feb. o's 

13 Feb. 05 

13 Feb. 05 

13 Feb. 05 

13 Feb. 03 

13 Feb. os 

15 Feb. 05 

.1: Feb. 05 

16 Feb. 07 16 Feb. 90 10 Feb. 98I16 Feb. 05 

16 Feb. 87 28 June 89 16 Feb. 98U6 Feb. 05 

29 Feb. 88 18 Dec. 89 13 Feb. 95 1 18 Feb. 05 

29 Aug. 85 28 July 97I18 Feb. 03 

: 7 July 86)31 July 95^9 Feb. 05 

3 Feb. 87 31 July 89J 4 Nov. 93^9 Feb. 05 
13 Feb. 89 r5 Feb. 92 9 Oct. 99I22 Feb. 05 

25 Aug. 86 16 Oct. 93 22 Feb. 05 

9 Nov. 39 1 1 Oct. 91J25 Jan. 00 22 Feb. 05 

22 May 89 to Aug. 92^10 Sept.98 t Mar. 05 
29 Nov. 90 15 Apr. 941 2 Aug. 98 4 Mar. 03 
16 Mar. 87^6 Mar. 90' 19 Dec. 97 4 Mar. 

29 Aug. 85 4 Dec. 96 8 Mar. 

j 6 May 85 8 July 93 ti Mar. 03 

3 Dec. 90 24 May 92 8 Oct. 99 xx Mar. 05 

25 Nov. 85 6 Mar. 95 14 Mar. 05 

J 2 Feb. 88|t6 May 88 16 Mar. 03 

16 Mar. 87)21 Jan. 88 16 Mar. 98 16 Mar. 05 

23 Mar. 87J 3 Mar. 88 23 Mar. 98 '6 Mar. 05 
9 Oct. 89] 6 Apr. 91 16 Apr. 95 18 Mar. 05 

j 12 May 86'i2 0ct. 93 21 Mar. 05 

9 Jan. 92)17 Oct. 54)27 Jan. 00)28 Mar. 05 
24 July 86 31 Dec. 96 29 Mar. 03 



30 May 91 17 Aug. 92 6 May 01 

30 Mar. 87J 9 Apr. 88:30 Mar. 98 

10 Feb. 93 to Feb. 96^1 Mar. 04 

t2 Mar. 92; 19 June98J22 Aug. 02 

20 Feb. 92J20 Apr. 99^9 Nov. 00 

27 June 93 27 June 96 29 Nov. 04 

5 July 93 25 July 96'id Aug.o^ 

1 Sept.89lio Aug. 98 29 Nov. 00 

1 Feb. 87)24 Mar. 881 6 Sept. 96 

23 Jan. 89 16 Dec. 91 19 July 97 

15 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92 9 Oct. 99 

Nov. 87 23 May yo' 1 May 97 



24 July 86 
13 Apr. 87129 Feb. 88 
' 24 July 86 



1 Sept, 86 
I24 July 86 



31 Dec. 96 
13 Apr. 
31 Dec. 96 
18 Jan. 99 

21 Bept.96 

31 Dec 96 



29 Mar. o 

30 Mar. 05 

31 Mar. 05 
1 Apr. 05 
1 Apr. 05 
1 Apr. 05 

1 Apr. o; 

2 Apr. 05 

3 Apr. 0:; 
5 Apr. 05 
5 Apr. 05 

8 Apr. 05 

9 Apr. 

13 Apr. 05 

14 Apr. 05 

22 Apr. 03 

23 Apr. 03 

24 Apr. 05 



WHEN 
PL1CFD ON 
HALF PAT. 



o6& 



Majors. 



.mdLiEUT, 



Ernest N. Williams. MECS. ZSCP. Major, R. A. M. C 29 July 93 29 July 96 29 Apr c; 

James R. M'Munn, ZECPI. ZIWSI. Major, R.A.M.C 29 July 93 29 July 96 29 Apr 05 

Herbert C. French, MECS. ZECP. Major, R. A. M. C 29 July 9329 July 9629 Apr. 05 

p.s.e. Eric Pearce-Serocold, Major, King's Royal Rifles j 9 Oct. 89 15 July 91J11 Dec. 97 1 3 May 05 

William Basil Emery, Major, Royal Artillery 27 July 89(27 July 92! 9 Oct. 99! 3 May 05 



PLlCED ON 
HiLF PAT. 



24 July 86 

25 Aug. 86 

27 July 92 
2 Mar. 98 



Nicol G. Fraser', Major, Indian Army \ 4 May 87 23 Feb 

William H. Prendergast, JIajor. Indian Army j 4 May 87 24 Feb 

William Ward Warner, Major, Indian Army ' 4 May 87 

George R. Oakes, Major, Indian Army I 4 May 87 

Edward W. A. Firth, Major, Indian Army I 4 May 87 

Henry P. Bell, Major, Indian Army j 4 May 87 

Allan M. Anderson, Major, Indian Army 4 May 87 

Lionel L. Beatty, Major, Indian Army | 4 May 87 

Hamilton G. Maxwell, Major, Indian Army ■ 4 May 87 

Michael Williamson, Major, Indian Army 7 May 87 

Maurice Spencer, Major, Royal Artillery, p.a.c. Ordnanee\ 

Officer, yd Class, China / 

William J. Beardsley, Major, Royal Art. Arm. Off. Malta .. 

Charles G. Burnaby, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hugh Pleydell de la Berne, Major, Scottish Fusiliers, "; 

Exp. Off. Hythe School of Musketry ) 

Webb, Gillman, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 27 July 89 

Henry W. Edmund, Earl of Kerry. DSO. MVO 14 Aug. 05 

Arthur W. Hasted, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Arthur L. Trevor-Boothe, Major, 4 Hussars, Soy. Mil. Col. 23 Oct, 
Audley R. Lempriere, Major, Lanes. Fas. Egyptiayi Army ...j 9 Apr. 92 

Geoffrey C. Kemp, Major, Royal Engineers ' 

Clayton G. Beauchamp, Major, South Wales Borderers ' 

Hugh J. Barton, Major, Royal Engineers j 

p.s.c. Llewellyn W. Atcherley, Major, Army Service Corps. 29 Nor. 90 

Sydney F. Cooke, Major, South Wales Borderers j 

Archibald B. Ritchie, Major, Seaforth Highlanders I21 Sept. 89 

Richard 0. Cumberland, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment ...j 

John A. Paton, Major, Lancaster Regiment | 

John F. Church, Major, 13 Hussars I 2 May 91 

p.s.c. Adolphe Symons, Major, 13 Hussars !i2 Mar. 92 

Percy D. Hamilton, Major, Royal Artillery I 

William Montgomery, Major, Royal Engineers 1 

Theodore E. Naish, Major, Royal Artillery 16 Feb. 87 

p.s.c. Hon. Grosvenor A. A. Hood, Major, Grenadier Gds. 16 Feb. 87 

Eustace R. A. Shearman, Major, 10 Hussars 28 Sept. 94 

Robert F. Fox, Major, 19 Hussars 10 Oct. 91 

Edward C. Ogilvie, Major, Royal Artillery 16 Feb. 87 

Edward Leigh, Major, Hants. Regiment I 9 May 88 

Donald Hay Cameron, Major, Indian Army I23 July 87 

Henry Tizard, Major, Munster Fusiliers 16 Nov. 87 

Charles M. Fleury, ZSA. MBCS. ZECP I 

Hugh J. M. Marshall, Major, Royal Engineers 16 Feb. 87 

Herbert G. A. Garsia i 

James Murray Ray de Buyrne, Major, Army Service C 

William D. Bewsher, Major, Hants Regiment 22 Aug. 88 

p.s.c. Cecil W. Wilson, Z>SO. Major, King's Royal Rifles ... 23 Apr. 90 

Robert J. B. Mair, Major, Royal Engineers 16 Feb. 87 

Walter H. Rotheram, Major, Royal Engineers 16 Feb. 87 

Edward F. Venables, Major, West Kent Regiment 

Arthur M. Haines. Major, York and Lanes. Regiment , 

John Raymond Garrett, Major, Marine Light Infantry j 1 Sept.87 

Arthur J. B. Addison, Major, Irish Rifles ' 

Richard C. B. Throckmorton, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 24 Aug. 87 

Richard G. A. Marriott, Major, East Kent Regiment : 4 May 87 

Charles B. M. Harris, FBCVS. DSO. Major, Ar. Vet. Dept. 

Humphrey Oldfield, Captain, Marine Artillery 

Sydney Gaitskell, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Edward R. Cottingham, Major, Royal Marine Artillery ... 

Gerald N. A. Harris, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Edward G. G. T. Baines, Major', Yorks and Lanes. Regt.... 

Charles M. F. Watkins, Major, Royal Engineers 16 Feb. £7 

William P. G. Mylrea, Major, Army Service Corps I 

Harold Fenton Jacob, Major, Indian Army 

Evelyn Wintane, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Robert James Taylor Savi, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Godfrey Walker Robinson, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Hugh Morris Allen, Major, Indian Army ! I4 Sept.87 

Frederic Nuthall Burton, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Claude Dallas Lester, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Edmund Saulez, Major. Indian Army 14 Sept. 87 

Montague Gifford James, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Robert W. C. Keays, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Thomas Xavier Britten, Major, Indian Army '14 Sept.87 

William A. M. Bruce, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept. 87 

Gilbert Ward Johnson, Major, Indian Army [14 Sept.87 

John L. W. ffrench-Mullen. Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 

Henry Arthur Lane, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept. 87 

Godfrey Maxwell Morris, Major, Indian Army I14 Sept.87 

Richard T. J. Ridgeway, Major, Indian Army [14 Sept.87 

William Bowen Powell, Major, Indian Ai'my '14 Sept.87 

p.s.c. Henry H. F. Turner, Major, Indian Army J14 Sept.87 

Herbert de Vere Harvest, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept. 87 

Walter Fawcett Newnham, Major, Indian Army I14 Sept. 87 

Francis William Pirrie, M ajor,' Indian Army I14 Sept. 87 

Gordon Watling, Major, Indian Army 14 Sept.87 



4 May 



26 Feb. 8 
29 Feb. £ 
17 Oct. 8 

27 Feb. 8 
4 Apr. 8 
8 May 8g 4 May 

29 Jan. 88 7 May 98 
7 Dec. 83 j 8 May 98 

6 May 96 1 6 May 00 

27 Aug. 90 15 June 00 
1 Jan. 97 



May 98 4 May 05 
4 May 98 4 May 05 
4 May 98! 4 May 05 
4 May 98 ! 4 May 05 
4 May 98 j 4 May 05 
4 May 98 1 4 May 05 



1 July 95 
9 Oct. 99 



4 May 05 
4 May 03 
4 May 05 
4 May 05 

6 May 05 

6 May 05 
6 May 05 

6 May 05 

12 May 05 
15 May 05 
17 May 05 
29 May 05 
co May 05 i 
27 May 05; 

27 May 05 

28 May 05 
1 June 05 
9 June 05 



6 Oct. 00 

9 May 85' 3 Aug. 94 
13 May 91 18 Nov. 96 
7 Apr. 93 '13 July 98 

24 July 86 18 Jan. 97 

25 Aug. 86' 1 1 Sept. 93 

24 July 86: 8 Mar. 97 

13 Aug. 98^9 Nov. 00 
10 Nov. 861 11 Sept. 86 

2 Sept. 91 j 2 May 98J 10 June 05 

14 May 84J s May 94 16 June 05 

25 Aug. 86J 4 Nov. 96 21 Nov. 05 

23 Nov. 92 j 4 July 01 20 June 05 
7 June 93, 5 Oct. 01 1 July 05 

24 July 86 j 2 June 97 5 July 05 
7 July 88, 1 Apr. 96 7 July 05 

16 Feb. 90 14 Mar. 97 7 July 05 

9 Aug. 93' 11; Feb. 99 11 July 05 

2 Jan. 97 11 June 01 12 July 05 

18 Oct. 93'2S Aug. 00 17 July 05 

16 Feb. 90J 4 Apr. 97 19 July 05 

4 Jan. 90^22 Apr. 94122 July 05 

23 July 9c! 23 July 98123 July os' 

1 Aug. 90; 2 Aug. 97I23 July 05! 

29 Jan. 94129 Jan. 97J29 July 05, 

16 Feb. 90, 3 June 97,29 July 05 

29 Nov. 90,13 Aug. 98! 1 Aug. 05 

12 Mar. 9225 Aug. g8| 1 Au 



4 Jan. 90 
,- 8 May 92 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Feb. 90 

6 May 85 
25 Aug. 86 

28 Sept. 
25 Aug. 

2 July 90 
1 Apr. 90 

27 Aug. 90 
1 Sept.84 
: Sept.84 
1 Sept.84 
1 Sept. 84 

25 Aug. 86 

16 Feb. 90 

11 Sept. 90 

22 Feb. 88 

23 Feb. 88 

29 Feb. 88 

29 Feb. 88 
23 Mar. 88 

1 Apr. 88 

7 Apr. 88 
13 July 88 

17 Aug. 88 
31 Aug. 88 
21 Sept. 88 

28 Jan. 89 
28 Jan. 89 

30 Jan. 89 
9 Feb. 89 

27 Feb. 89 

3 Mar. 89 
10 Mar. 89 

1 Apr. 89 
10 Apr. 89 
30 Apr. 89 

8 Mar. 89 

12 May 89 



2 Aug. 05 
9 Aug. 05 
12 Aug. 05 
12 Aug. 05 

19 Aug. C3 

20 Au, 

21 Au 



1 Oct. 96 

27 Jan. 98 
1 Oct. 97 

25 July 97 
16 May 96 

28 Aug. 95 
23 Feb. 97 
20 Feb. 95 26 Aug. 0= 

8 Mar. 96 26 Aug. 05 
25 June 96,26 Aug. 05 
27 Aug. 00,27 Aug. 05 
1 Sept. 95 1 Sept.05 
1 Sept. 95 1 Sept.05 
1 Sept.95| 1 Sept. 05 
1 Sept.95, j Sept.05 
16 Mar. 96 1 Sept.05 
1 Oct. 97 j 5 Sept.05 
1 Jan. 99 13 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98!i 4 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98'i4 Sept 05 
14 Sopt.g8 14 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 98^4 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 98 j 14 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 98,14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98^14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98,14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98 14 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 98.14 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 98,14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98, 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98 14 Sept.os 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept. 98,14 Sept.05 
14 Apr. 98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept, 05 
14 Sept.98 14 Sept.05 



Majors. 



96c 



2ndLIETJT. 1IBCT. CAPTAIN. 



Charles Edward Thornton, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Naismith Obbard, Major, Indian Army 

Charles A. W. Ford, Major, Indian Army 

William Rae Brakspear, Major, Indian Army 

William Beadon, Major, Indian Army 

George Lecot Philip'CJarke, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Codrington, Major, Indian Army 

John Talbot, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Harvey Jones, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Charles Bayley, Major, Indian Army ". 

James F. Forbes, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Henry C. Pilleau. DSO. Major, West Surrey Regiment.. 

Harry H. Were, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

John H. Anderson, Major, East Lancashire Regiment .. 

Richard Sanders, Major, Royal Artillery 

George J. Farmar, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Rochfort C. L. Battley, Major, Essex Regiment 

Henry O. Lathbury, Major, Royal Engineers 

C'cnway B. Dobbs, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Byron, DSO. Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Allan E. G. Watherston, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 
Thomas L. Trethewy, Major, Cornwall Light Infantry,. 

D'Arcy Legard, Major, 17 Lnncers 

Frank G. Smallwoo'd, Major, Royal Artillery ;.. 

William C. Curme, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bertram 0. Fyffe, Major, Gloucestershire Regiment 

Ewirg Paterson, DSO. Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Stuart R. Kirby, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Rainald O. Burne, Major, Army Service Corps 

Cyril R. Crofton-Atkins, Major, Sherwood Foresters 

Ernest H. Haig, Major, Royiil Engineers 

Alexander V. L. Wood, DSO 

Reginald de Blaquiere Chichester, Major, Border Regt. 
Harold V. Prynne. MUCH. LSCP. Major, Roy. Army M. C. 
Alfred E. Master, MA. MB. MRCS. LSCP. Major, R.A.M.C. 
Geo. Dansey-Browning, MSCS. LECP. Major, R.A.M.C. 
Ernest Shaw Clarke, MB. MCh. Major, Roy. Aimj M. C 
Kennet Bruce Bamett, MB. MCh. Major Roy. Army M. 0. 
Kenneth, M. Cameron, MB. MCh. Major, Roy. Army M. 0. 
Arthur C. Fox, MRCS. LBCP. Major,' Roy a\ Armv Med. C 
Sebert F. St. D. Green, MSCS. LRCP. Major, R, A. M. C. 
Walter Tibbits, MB. MCh. Major, Roy. Army Med. Corps 

Charles J. Venables, DSO. Major, Glos. Regiment 

Charles D. Christopher, Major, Army Service Corps 

Edward R. Cureton, Major, Scots Borderers 

Richard T. Marsder., Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest W. Grove, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Gorden M'C. Campbell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur W. Stockley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Francis George Bond, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Cecil Edward Pereira, Major, Coldstream Guards 

Arthur Hautayne Bowring, Major, Royal Artillery 

Seymour Gordon Rivett-Carnac, Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Richard Charles Dundas, Major, Royal Scots 

Thomas Raymond Mallock, DSO. Major, Royal Fusiliers.. 
Owen Godfrey Godfrey-Faussett, DSO. Major, Essex Regt. 

Clifton V. R. Wright, Major, S. Wales Borderers 

George P. Scholfield, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Cuffe Knox, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Charles Arthur Wilding, Major. Inniskilling Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Harry D. Tuson, Major, Manchester Regiment 

John Going, Major, S. Wailes Borderers 

Percy TJmfreville, Major, Royal West Kent Regiment 

Claries Gaitskell, Major, Lincoln Regiment 

Robert S. Vandeleur, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

Thomas O. Mardeu, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 



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r4 Sept. 
14 Sept. 
14 Sept. 
r4 Sept. 
14 Sept. 
14 Sept. 



5 Feb. 87 



WHEX 
ItAJOK. PLACEU ON 
HALF PAT. 



18 May 92 



16 Feb. 
10 Feb. 

7 May 
16 Feb. 
23 Mar. 

7 Dec. 



r6 Feb. 



9 Sept, 
15 Mar. 



14 Sept. 
16 Feb. 
3 Oct. 



22 May 89 14 Sept. 98 
1° June 89 14 Sept. 98 

3 July 89 14 Sept. 98 

4 Nov. 89 r4 Sept. 98 
4 Nov. 89 14 Sapt.gS 

27 Nov. 89 14 Sept. 98 
7 Jan. go 14 Sept. 98 

29 Feb 90 14 Sept. 98 
7 Mar. 90 14 Sept. 98 

25 Oct. 90 14 Sept. 98 

30 Jan. 86 8 Aug. 94 

24 July 89 20 Mar. 96 

7 Feb. S5 18 Feb. 93 

9 May 85 t June 93 

8 Oct. 90 28 Nov. 00! 
7 Apr. 93 13 July 98 

25 Nov. 85 30 Sept. 96 
16 Feb. qo 7 Oct. 97 
16 Feb. 90 25 Oct. 97 

23 Nov. 92 27 Jan. 98 
16 Feb. 90 2 Nov. 97 
r6 Dec- 91 22 July 98 

4 July 96 29 Mar. 00 

24 July 86 3 July 97 
16 Feb. 90 1 Sept.97 
12 Nov. 84 12 Jan. 92 

1 Jan. 95 ro July 01 
4 Sept. 95 11 May 00 

2 May 91 1 Apr. 99 
1 Jan. 90 23 Sept. 93 

16 Feb. 90 19 Nov. 97 

10 Sept. 90 16 June 00 
14 May 84 28 Mar. 93 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94(29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94J29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan, 97 
29 Jan. 94 29 Jan. 97 
29 Aug. 8519 Oct. 92 



27 July 
27 July 
07 July 
15 Feb. 
23 July 
29 Jan. 
27 July 
23 July 
n Feb. 
31 May 



23 July 
3 May 
14 Sept. 



16 Nov. 
16 Nov. 



21 Sept. 



28 Sept.92 
13 Jan. 86 
27 July 92 
27 July 92 



Apr. 99 
28 Sept.95 
21 Oct. 99 
9 Oct. 99 



27 July 92J14 Oct. 99 
15 Feb. 92 '21 Oct. 99 
23 July 90I 1 Jan. 



6 July 93 
27 July 92 
23 July 90 

2 July 90 
8 Dec. 91 

30 Jan. 86 

7 Feb. 83 

3 July 90 
5 Feb. 92 

11 Sept. 89 

25 Aug. 86 

31 July 89 

26 Apr. 90 
:8 Feb. 85 
13 Sept. qi 

25 Aug. S6 



Feb 
23 Oct. ^ 

9 Mar. 98 
29 July ^6 

6 Apr. 98 
15 Feb. 97 
26 Oct. 92 

1 Apr. 9S 
28 July 97 

1 June 97 

1 July 95 
18 Nov. 95 
20 May 96 

1 Sept. 94 
17 May 98 
15 May 96 



14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept- 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept 05 
14 Sept. 05 
14 Sept. 05 
16 Sept. 05 
16 Sept. 05 
23 Sept. 05 
23 Sept. 05 
23 Sept. 05 

25 Sept. 05 

26 Sept. 05 
1 Oct. 05 
1 Oct. 05 
7 Oct. 05 
7 Oct. 03 

10 Oct. 05 

11 Oct. 05 

12 Oct. 05 

12 Oct. 05 

13 Oct. 05 

14 Oct. 05 

14 Oct. 05 

15 Oct. 05 
18 Oct. 05 

18 Oct. 05 

19 Oct. 05 

20 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 
29 Oct. 05 

1 Nov. 05 

1 Nov. 05 
10 Nov. 05 
14 Nov. 05 
14 Nov. 05 
14 Nov. 05 

14 Nov. 05 

15 Nov. 05 
20 Nov. 05 
-.1 Nov. 05 

2 Nov. 05 
22 Nov. 05 
28 Nov. 05 
->9 Nov. 05 

2 Dec. 05 

5 Dec. 05 

6 Dec. 05 

7 Dec. 05 
9 Dec. 05 

.i Dec. 05 
13 Dec. 05 
22 Dec. 05 

22 Dec. 05 

23 Dec. 05 



g6d 



War Services of the Majors. 



2 Major Anstruther served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, attached to the Intelligence Depart- 
ment, and was present in the engagement at Ulnndi (Medal with Clasp). 

3 Major Pinlay served with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1894-95 as Brigade Trans- 
port Officer (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st 
Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, including the storming of the Malakand Pass and the engagement near Khar 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 with the 2nd Battalion Bedford Regiment and 
with the Mounted Infantry— dangerously wounded; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February 
to May 1900; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th November 1900, including the actions at Wittebergen; in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900, including the actions at Colesberg ; in the Transvaal in November and 
December 1900 ; in Orange River Colony, March to June igoi ; and in Cape Colony, December 1900 to March 1901 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). 

c Major T. Qnin served with the 1st 3attalion Manchester Regimeut in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 (Medal with Clasp) ; with the Miran/.ai Expedition 
in 1891 (Clasp) ; with the Waziristan Delimitation Escort in 1S94, and with the subsequent expedition under Sir 
William Lcckhart in 1894-95 (Clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with 
the 4th Sikh Infantry ii eluding the capture ol the Malakand Pass (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force 
with the 3rd Sikh Infantry, and was present at the storming of the Dargai Heights on the 20th October 1897, the 
capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, and the operations against the Chamkanis and in the Bazar 
Valley (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

9 Major H. M. Cowper served in West Africa in 1899-1902 as Chief Staff Officer. Served in the South African 
war in 1900-02, and took x^art in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, including the action at Laing's Nek : 
operations in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to July 1901, and Oct. to Nov. 1901 ; operations in Orange River 
Colony, July to Oct. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

11 Major A. Capel-Cure served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was presentatthe battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Major R. J. H. L. Mackenzie served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 and was present in the engagement at 
Hasheen (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Zhob Field Force in 1890 under Sir George 
White (mentioned in despatches). Served with the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp). 

1 4 Major R. S. Warden served in the South African war in 1900-01 on the Staff ; afterwards employed with 
prisoners of war. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including action at Riet Ylei ; 
in Orange River Colony ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River (Medal with three Clasps). 

!'• Major G. F. Herbert served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 on Staff (mentioned in despatches). 

17 Major W. M. Hall served in the Ashanti Expedition in 1895-96 (Star). Served on the West Coast of Africa in 
1899 in command of the operations against Dandaguza. Served in the operations in Ashanti in 1900 (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major). 






[For the War Services of the other Majors, vide their respective Regiments or Corps.] 



97 



STAFF AT HOME. 



ALDERSHOT COMMAND.— Head Quarters, Aldershot. 

G.n» l iOFn«.Com« n6H C. in { ijB %SSS^ f'J' ?■ ?' f'T*' ffCFf> ' XCB " XCafff « 

(. 10 Hussars, i June 05 (15 Sept. 02). 

Assist. Military Secretary Major S. L. Barry, DSO. 10 Hussars, 13 Sept. 02, 

Aide de Camp Lieut. lion. M. V. B. Brett, MVO. Coldstream Guards, 7 liar. 05. 

General Staff. 

Brigadier General (proc.) p.s.c. Colonel A. J. Murray, CB. DSO. 

*fe*SES*^^ Major F - W - Kerr > DS0 - Gordon Highlanders, 6 Feb. 04. 

Staff Captain [attached) ;j.s.e. Captain H. I. Nicol, Bedford Regiment, 7 July 05. 

ATTACHED TO THE GENERAL STAFF. 

Major-Gene ral of Horse and Field Artillery. Major-General F. J. W. Eustace, CB. Royal Artillery, 5 Mar. 04. 
Officer in charge of Musketry Duties Captain P. Balfour, Highland Light I. 1 June 05 (1 Oct. 04). 

Administrative Staff. 

Brig. General in charge of Administration ... Colonel C. E. Heath (temp. Brig. Gen.), 17 Apr. 05. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major J. M. Home, Indiau Army, 3 Apr. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel W. F. H. S. Kincaid, 14 May 03. 

Services and Departments. 

Chief Engineer Colonel P. T. Buston, DSO. 21 Aug. 05. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Lt. Colonel A. H. Cosvie, Royal Engineers. 

Astt. Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel J. C. Oughterson, 1 June 05 (1 Apr. 03). 

Dep. Assist. Dir. of Supplies and Transport... Major R. Ford, DSO. Army Service Corps, 1 June 05 (14 Oct. 03). 

District Barrack Officer Bt.Color.el J. W. B. Parkin, ret. pay. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General W. H. McNamara, CB. CMG. MD. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. M. Irwin, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Assist. Director of Ordnance Stores Colonel T. Heron, Army Ordnance Department. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Lt.Colonel C. Rutherford, CMG. Army Veterinary Department. 

Chiff Accountant H. H. Fawcett.Esq. 

Administrative Medical Officer Lt.Colonel A. P. O'Connor, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Schools of Instruction, etc. 

Commandant Mounted Infantry School p.s.c. Lt.Colonel A. J. Godley, Irish Guards, 28 May 03. 

Assistant Commandant Major Sir H. W. McMahon, Bt. DSO. Royal Welsh Fus. 28 May 03 

Adjutant and Quarter Master Bt. Major A. J. McNeill, Seaforth Highlanders, 16 Dec. 04. 

Inspector of Gymnasia Colonel S. P. Roll, 1 Sept. 05. 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia Major R. L. E. McKerrell, Argj-le and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Signalling Bt.Lt.Colonel T. E. O'Leary, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 9 Oct. 02. 

Assistants to do /Captain G. Gem, Royal Sussex Regiment. 

" (.Lieut. O. C. Mordaunt, Somerset Light Infantry, 1 May 05. 

Superintendent Balloon Factory Colonel J. L. B. Templer, Reserve (1 Apr. 97). 

Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Major E. A. Taylor, 15 Feb. 05. 

Assistant Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Captain E. E. Martin, 12 Sept. 02. 

Camp Quarter Master Fi£ W. T. Marshall, Hon. Major, 26 May 05. 

Quarter Master ... A. Crook, Hon. Lieut. 11 Oct. n=. 

Provost Marshal f J - w - Ml Wood ' 2 9 Sept. 98 (15 May 95), Hon. Major— Military 

rrooost Manual ^ Mounted Police. 

1st Division. — 1st Brigade. 

Major General Commanding A. H. Paget, CB. CfO. 30 Sept. 02. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant- General p.s.7. Colonel A. .1. Murray, CB. DSO. 3 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major F. W. Ken - , DSO. Gordon Highlanders, 6 Feb. 04. 

Brigadier General 1st (Foot Guards) Brigade p.s.c. Col. F. Lloyd, CB. DSO. [with rank of Brig. Gen.) 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain Son. G. A. A. Hood, Grenadier Guards, 20 Oct. 03. 

1st (Foot Guards) Brigade. 

Brigadier General Colonel F. Lloyd, CB. DSO. 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major Captaii M. Eirle, DSO. Grenadier Guards, 1 Jan. 04. 

2nd Brigade. 

»-,•„„,,;,, r,„„ c ., tl {p.s.c. Colonel E. A. H. AJderson, CB. ADC. (with rani- of Brigadier 

Hi itini ier tjcneral J l « .. B ,, ' 

J (. General) S Mav 03. 

Brigade Major Captain C. P. Higginson, DSO. Shropshire Light Inf. 10 Feb. 03, 



98 Staff at Home. 

2nd Division. — 3rd Brigade. 

Majoe General Commanding p.s.c. Major General Sir B. M. Hamilton, KCB. i liar. 04. 

Aidede Camp Bt.Ma.jor D. Wilmot-Sitvvell, Royal Irish Rifles, 16 June 04. 

Assistant Quarter Master General 2>-s.c Colonel J. S. Cowans, MVO. 16 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major J. S. Fowler, DSO. Royal Engineers. 

Brigadier General (yd Brigade) p.s.c. Colonel T. D. Pilcher, CB. (with rank of Brig. Gen.) 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major (yd Brigade) Bt.Major E. R. Bradford, Seaforth Highlanders, 12 Dec. 02. 

4th Brigade. 

Brigadier General p.s.c.Go). H. E. Belfield, CB.DSO (with rank of Brig. Gen) 8Deco3. 

Brigade-Major , p.s.e. Captain J. H. W. Pollard, Royal Soots Fusiliers, 27 Sept. 04. 

3rd Division.— 5th Brigade. 

Majob Genebal Commanding 

Aide de Camp 

X '3S&?G£S2^f!?T^* * .^Tf^"..?!^!^ } B*-I*.Ck»l«mal F. J. De Gex, W. Ridiug Regiment, 9 Oct. 03. 

Principal Medical Officer 

Brigadier General, ($th Brigade) Colonel W. P. Campbell (with rank of Brig. General), 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major ($th Brigade) Y€ p.s.c. Bt. Major C. FitzClareuce, Irish Guards, 22 Apr. 03. 

1st Cavalry Brigade. 

Majob General Commanding Major General H. J. Seobell, CB. 1 Apr. 03. 

Aide de Camp Captain W. Long, DSO. (prov.) 2 Dragoons, 1 Apr. 03. 

Brigade Major .' Y£ Bt.Lt. Colonel P. A. Kenna, DSO. 21 .Lancers, 1 Oct. 03, 



SOUTHERN COMMAND.— Andover. 

Genebal Officeb Commanding « Chief I "-General Sir I. S. M. Hamilton, KCB. DSO. Cameron Highrs. 

) 1 June 05. 

Assist. Military Secretary Captain B. Vincent, Ruyal Artilery, 1 Oct. 05 

Aide de Camp 

General Staff. 

Brigadier General (prov.) p.s.c. Bt Colonel E. C. Bethuue, CB. (temp. Brig. Gen.) 1 July 05). 

Dep. Asst.Qr.Mr. Gen.(Maj.Gen. Staff.yrov.) [ '"j q^'^' W [ P> Braitllwaite > Somersetshire Light Infantry, 

ATTACHED TO THE GENERAL STAFF. 

Staff Officer for Horse and Field Artillery p.s.c. Col. E. W. Fleming, 9 Aug.05. Salisbury, 

Officers in charae of Musketru Duties i > KS - C - Bt - Lt - Co '- c - H - Thesiger, Rifle Brigade, 1 June 05 (7 Mayoa). 

Ufficeismchaige of Musketiy Unties | Captain A. F. Home, 11 Hussars, 8 Sept. o;. (Salisbury. 

Administrative Staff. 

Major General in charge of Administration ... Maj.Gen. E. 0. Hay, CB. R. Ait. 1 June 05 (12 Sept. 02). Salisbury. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. and Qua'r.Mr. General p.s.e. Major R. W. P. White, Welsh Regt. 1 June 05 (6 Sept. 04) 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Coionel H. M. Sinclair, 21 Dec. 05. 

Staff Captain p.s.c. Y<£ Ca.pt. H. S. Peunell, Notts and Derby Regt., 13 Juneos. 

Services and Departments. 

At Salisbury. 

Chief Engineer p.s.c. Colonel E. H. Bethell, DSO. 8 Sept. 05. 

Staff Officer Royal Engineers Major H. C. Carey, R. Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel A. H. Thomas, CB. DSO. 15 Oct. 05. 

De Tmmfort tant m '' eet0r ° f Su PP lies and ] Major E. F. Taylor, Army Service Corps, 1 June 05 (1 Apr. 03). 
District Barrack Officer.......... ........ .'.'..'...'..'.'. Bt.Col. C. E. Wyncoll, ret. pay (Lt.Col. Res. of Officers). 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.Gen. J. A. Clery, CB. MD. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer ... Lt. Colonel G. Coutts, MB. Royal Army Medicil Corps. 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Stores Colonel H. W. N. S. Smyth, Army Ordanee Department. 

Deputy Assistant Director of Remounts Lt.Col. H. J. McLaughlin, DSO. Res. of Officers (tenip.).2-j Apr.05. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Lt. Colonel F. VV. Forsdyke, Army Veterinary Department. 

Chief Accountant , 

At Tidworth. 

Staf Officer for Imperial Yeomanry Col. T. C. Porter, CB. 1 May 05. 

Administrative Medicjl Officer Colonel W. A. May, CB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain A. Forbes, Royal Artillery. 

At Plymouth. 

Administrative Medical Officer Colonel G. D. Bourke, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt. Colonel C. Purchas, Amry Ordnance Department. 

At Portsmouth. 

Administrative Medical Officer , Colonel J. J. Morris, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt. Colonel G. R. Hobbs, CMG. Army Ordnance Department. 

Schools of Instruction, &c. 

Commandant Mounted Infantry School Bt. Colonel W. Fry, CB. 1 Sept. 05. 

Assistant Commandant Major A. J. King, DSO. Royal Lancashire Regiment, 9 June 03 . 

Adjutant and Quarter Master Captain V. T. Bailey, Liverpool Regiment, 9 June 03. 

Assistant Provost Marshal Quarter Master C. Innes (lion. Lieut.), 21 Apr. 04. 



Staff at Home. 99 

6th Infantry Brigade. 

„ . .. ( V€ Colonel E. S. Browne, CB. (with rank of Brigadier General) 

Brigadier j IQ Noy _ Q3 _ 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major C. P. A. Hall, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 10 Nov.03. 

4th Division. 

Major Genebal Commanding Sir C. E. "Knox, KCB. 

Aide ie Camp Lieut. A. G. Leech, Roral Artillery, 1 Sept. 05. 

Colonel, General Staff. p.s.c. Colonel H. N. C. Heath, 14 Jane 04. 

Be Generif St ' Adiutant **f Q" arter Master ]p.s.c. Lt.Colonel W. A. II. Thompson, Royal Artillery, 27 Jan.o 4 

7th Infantry Brigade. 

Brigadier 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain C. C. M. Maj-nard, DSO. Devonshire Regt.27 ilar.05 



COAST DEFENCES. 

Portsmouth. 



Majob General Commanding p.s.c. Sir H. H. Settle, KCB. DSO. Royal Engineers, 4 Nov. 05. 

Aides de Camp Captain H. B. H. Johnston, Royal Artillery, 16 Dec. 04. 

Staff Officer p.s.c. Major C. J. Perceval, DSO. Royal Artillery, iS Nov. 03. 

De G?nirir Uiani Ad '" ta "' "" d Q ''- Master }p.s.c Captain C. P. Moores, DSO. Army Service Corps, 8 Nov. 03. 

Cheif Instructor in Gunnery Bt. Colonel A. H. CallweU (Comlt. Golden Hill), 22 Nov. 04. 

fCapt. M. L. Wilkinson, R. A. {Golden Hill) 1 Jane 05 (7 Feb. 02). 
Instructors in Gunnery (isf clan) i Capt. \V. E. Castens, R. Art. (Golden Hill), 7 June 05 (1 1 Feb. 04) . 

(.Captain W. H. B. Jacob, R. Art. {Golden Hill), 10 Oct. os. 

/"Captain fct. K. Pcnnethorne, R, Art. 1 Jane 05. 
Instructors in Gunnery {2nd Class) -j Captain W. St. C. Bland, R. Art. 1 June 05. 

(.Captain R J. Macdonald, R. Art. 1 Jane 05. 

Staff Captain Royal Q-arriton Artillery p.a.c. Captain N. E. B. Bellairs, R. Art. 17 Aug. 05. 

Chief Enaineer Colonel T. R. Main, CB. 1 June 05 (3 Sept. 02). 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Bt. Lt.Colonel G. S. McD. Elliot, Royal Eugineers. 

Plymouth. 

Majob General Commanding I ,,. T r._„v zmi-r\ t>„-„i a .fit ...... 

Aide de Camp jSirJ. Leach, KCl 0. Royal Artillery. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. H. Jones, R. Art. 15 Aug. 05. 

Staff Officer for Coast Defences p.s.c. Captain VV. M. Ogg, Royal Artillery. 1 June °3 (9 Mar. 04). 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant and Qr. Muster Gen. ji.s.c. Major A. S. Dunlop, Royal Art. 1 Jane 05 (14 Xov. 03). 

Chief Instructor in Gunnery Bt. Colonel F. A. Carteis (Conidt. Plymouth), 15 Sept. 03. 

I Captain H. T. Hart, R. Art. 1 June ^5. (1 June 03). 

Inrtruetort in Gunnery (™t class) J Captain F. 0. C. Ensor, R. Art. 1 June 05 (12 May 05). 

(Captain A. E. C. Myers, R. Art. t June 05. 
, , , ■ „ . 1 ..1 r . \ 1 Captain G. G. Thatcher, R. Art. 1 June 05. 

1 •■'■'■' '" <*™™>ry (*»<* «'«•») {captain P. Suther, R. Art. 1 June 05. 

Staff Captain, B,. Royal Garrison Art 

Chief Engineer p.s.c. Colonel S. A. E. Hickson, DSO. 3 Sep'-. 05. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Captain A. G. T. Cusins, Royal Engineers. 

DISCHARGE DEPOT.— Fort Brockhurst, Gosport. 

Lieut. Colonel Colonel G. A. Ashby CB. 27 Aug. 04. 

Adjutant Captain W. L. Allen, DSO. Border Regiment, 3 Sept. 05. 

Paymaster Major H. C. B. Payne, Army Pay Department. 

Quarter Mutter Quarter Master J. J. Reid, 10 Mar. 01 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Officers Commanding Militia and Volunteer ( Lt.Colonel H. S. Nelson, Roy. Garrison Artillery. Gosport. 
Artillery (.Lt.Colonel J. F. Craig, Royal Garrison Artillery. Falmouth. 

Officer Commanding Militia and Volunteer ) T . ,, , ■ n -d a_-i.v -d 1^ • . .■„ n « 

District ...... 1 Lt.Colonel G. B. Smith, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gosport. 

Embarkation Staff. Southampton. 

Embarkation Staff Officer (D.A.Q.M.G.) p.s.c. Major A. G. Marrable, Yorkshire Light Infantry, 21 Sept. 04. 

Accountant Regimental Accountant. Netley. 

Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley. 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.General R. H. Quill, MB. 

Registrar and Secretary Lt.Colonel G. E. Tiviss, Royal Army'Medical Corps. 



IRISH COMMAND. 

Uiu«.Gmmal & Geneeal Governor >' Th * *W* Son - w - H ' EaH "/Aberdeen, GCMG. GCTO. Dublin 

(. Castle. 

Aides de Camp. 
Commanding Tn* WcnrvH I General Bt. Hon. F. W. Lord Grenfell, GCB. GCMG. Colonel 

COMMANDING THE FORCES j Commandant KiDg . B Royal Rifte3 (temp.), IO May 04. 

Assist. Military Secretary (with rauknf Major) Bt. Major G. S. St. Aubyu, King's Royal RiHes, 10 May 04. 
a;*.. i» n„„„ ( Captain K. Seymour, MVO. Grenadier Guards, 10 May 04. 

Aide, de Lamp | Lieut. R. M. Yorke, it Hussars, 10 June 04. 



99 « Staff at Home. 

General Staff. 

Colontl p.s.c. Colonel F. Hainniersley, 22 Aug. 03 (prov.) 

Major (p.s.c. Major F. L. Banon, Shropshire Light Iinantry, 11 Nov. 02. 

J '"". t (/«-oi>.) 

Staff Officer for Some and Field Artillery ... p.s.c. Colonel J. W. Hawkins, 9 Sept. 05. 

Ofri >n charge of Musketry Duties (Captain W H. Wild 3 Feb. 05. 

J J J I Captain C. E. R. Cobb, 1 Ncv. 05. 

Administrative Staff. 

Brigadier in charge of Aim migration (acting-) if> V, Co1 - F *- £" ?• Henniker-Major, CB. (temp . Brig. Gen.) 2 
..,,,,.„ tf ' I July 04 (22Feb.o4). 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General '." Colonel p.s.c. F. Waldron, CB. 9 Aug. 05. 

Staff Captain pjSiCm Bt.Major J. L. J. Clarke, E. Yorks. Rest. 2 June 03 (prov.). 

Services and Departments. 

Attached to Sead Quarters of Command. 

Chief Engineer 

Staff Officer Royal Engineer Capt. G. C. R. Laurence, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel T. J. O'Dell, CMG. 16 Oct. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Director of Supplies and Trans-") „ . „ „ - . _.„_ , „ „ T , „ . , 

port ( Major H. N. Sargent, DSO. A. Serv. Corps, 1 June 03 (1 Oct. 03). 

District Barrack Officer !..'..'.'.'..'.'.'.'.' Major C. W. Gartside-Spaiglit, ret. pay (Bess, of Officers). 

{"""^ Medical Officer Surg.-General J. D. Edge, MD. CB. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Major D. M. Saunders, MD. R. A. Medical Corps. 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Stores Colonel G. J. Butcher, CMG. Army Ordnance Dept. 

Deputy Assistant Directors of Remounts /Bt.Col. H. P. Douglas-Willan, CB.ret. pay, 13 June o 5 (ioSept.02.) 

_ . . . ' I Major R. H. Adams, ret. pay (temp.), 3 May 03. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Lt.Colonel L. J. Blenkinsop, DSO. Army Veterinary Department. 

Chief Accountant Colonel T. W. Drage, CB. 

At Dublin. 

Administrative Medical Officer Colonel P. M. Ellis, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

UiieJ Ordnance Officer Major T. B. Nowlan. Army Ordnance Department. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Captain G.M. Williams. Army Veterinary Department. 

m- *■ r\ i /-,_a. At Curragh. 

thief Ordnance Officer Major A. S. Palmer, Army Ordnance Department. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Lt.Colonel A. F. Appleton, Army Veterinary Department. 

.,..,., -it Cork. 

Ad mrnistrative Medical Officer 

Chief Ordnance Officer p.s.eM&jor W. H. U. Smith, DSO. Army Ordnance Department. 

At Belfast. 

Administrative Medical Officer Lt.Colonel T. M. Corker, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt. Colonel J. H. Hale, Army Ordnance Dept. 

Schools of Instruction, &c. 

Commandant School of Instruction for Mounted") 

Infantry (Kilivorth) j 

Assistant Commandant School of Instruction") 

for Mounted Infantry (Kilivorth) j 

Adjutant and Quarter Master School of Instruc-1 „ . . „ „ „ , „ .,. 

Hon for Mounted Infantry (Kilivorth) J Captain V. Henry, Royal Fusiliers, 6 June 03. 

3rd Cavalry Brigade. — CurragJi. 

Brigadier Colonel M. F. Rimington, CB. (temp. Brig. Gen.) 26 Jan. 03. 

Aide de Camp Captain P. D. FitzGerald, DSO. n Hussars, n Dec. 03. 

Brigade Major PmS . e , Bt.Major G. K. Ansell, 6 Dragoons, 25 Feb. o 4 . 

Horse and Field Artillery. 

Qffleer Commanding (Colonel) Colonel W. H. Suart, 9 Sept. 03. Newbridge. 

btaff Captain Captain E. Harding Newman, Royal Artillery, 27 Oct. 05. 

7th Division. — Curragli. 
r, iT be S e r eral 0fficer Commanding the 7th Division will command all regular troops in the Couuties of Carlow, 
JJuuim faalway, Kildare, Queen's County, King's County, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo and Wicklow, except 
tnose placed under the Commander of the Coast defences and of the grouped regimental districts. 

Major General si) . G . de c . Morton, KCIJE. CVO. CB. 23 June 02 (1 Jan. 02). 

Aide de Camp Captain G. D. Franks, 19 Hussars, 2t Mar. 02. 

Colonel, General Staff. Colonel A. W. Thorneycroft, CB.{prov.), 12 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant it-Quarter Master General S^® p '*'' e ' Ca P tain M - F - M - Meiklejohn, Gordon Highlanders, 

I 6 Mar. 04. 

13th Infantry Brigade.— Dublin. 

Major General w . F . V etch, CVO. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 23 June 02. 

Aide de Camp Bt.Major M. Lowndes, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 23 June 02. 

Brigade Major Bt.Major A. F. Sillem, Royal West Surrey Regt. 13 June 03. 

14th Infantry Brigade.— Curragh. 

Brigadier General Colonel H. W. Thorneycroft, CB. 1 Nov. 05. 

Brigade Major Captain F. E. Whitton, Leinster Regiment, 10 Nov. 03. 

4 Bn. Royal Warwick Regiment (Curragh). I T Bn . East Lancashire Regiment (Dublin). 

4 Bn. Royal Fusiliers (Dublin). I Bn , South Staffordshire Regiment (Curragh). 



Staff at Rome. ioo 

8th Division. — Cork. 

The General Officer Commanding the 8th Division will command all regular troops quartered in the Counties 
of Clare, Cork, Kerry, Kilkenny, Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford, except those placed under the 
Commander of the Coast defences and of the grouped" Regimental districts. 

Major General Sir W. G. Knox, KCB. Royal Artilery, S Oct. 05. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel, General Staff p.s.c. Colonel Sir H. A. W. Johnson, Bart. 7 Sept. 02 [pr ... . 

Deputy Assistant Adj.S; Quarter Master General p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel W. B. Hickie, Royal Fusiliers, 1 June 05. 

15th Infantry Brigade. — Fcrmoij. 

Brigadier General Colonel R. L. Payne, CB. DSO. iS July 05. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major C. L. Nicholson, Worcester Regiment, 10 Oct. 05. 

16th Infantry Brigade. — Tipperary. 

Brigadier General Colonel M. G. Jones. CB. 16 July 05. 

Brigade Major Major E. Pearce-Serecold, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 14 Aug. 05 

17th Infantry Brigade. — Belfast. 

The Brigadier of the 17th Infantry Brigade will command all regular troops in the Counties of Antrim- 
Armagh, Cavan, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Longford, Lcugh, Meath, Monaghan, Tyrone, and West, 
meath, except those placed under the Commander of the Coast defences and of the grouped Regimental districts. 

Brioatlier General F. S. F. Stokes, 1 June 05. 

Aide de Camp Bt. Major W. F. Hessey, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 21 Sept. ©3. 

Brigade Major 



COAST DEFENCES. 
/. id derry. 

Commander (ex officio) Lt.Colonel H. L. Gardiner, Royal Artilery, 3 Mar. 04. 

Staff Captain 

Cork. 

Commander [Brigadier General) Colonel G. D. Fanshawe, 2 Aug. 02 (proc). 

Staff Captain 

Officer Commanding Militia Art. Districts ... J^. Colonel C. B. Fendall, DSO. Royal Artillery. 



GROUPED REGIMENTAL DISTRICTS. 
North Irish. 

Brigadier General Colonel C. D. Cooper, CB. 1 June 05. Belfast, 

Staff Captain Bt.Major H. C. Smith, Dublin Fusiliers, 13 June 05. 

Dublin Reckotixg Abba.— 24 and 25, Great Brunswick Street, Dublin. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) Major G. D. Luard, Scottish Rifles, 1 Oct. 03. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. Latchford, ret. pay, 27 Sept. 02. 

South Irish. 

Brigadier General Colonel L. G. Brooke, CB. 1 June 05. Cork. 

Staff Captain Major G. F. R. Forbes, Royal Irish Regiment, 1 Juue 03. 



EASTERN COMMAND. 

Gbnebal Offices Commanding in Chief General P. S. Lord Methucn, GCB. KCVO. CMG. [R]. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Major W. A. Tilney, 17 Lancers, 1 June 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Ron. J. F. Hepburn-Stewart-Foibes-Trefusis, Irish Grds. 

6 June 04. 

General Staff. 
Brigadier Genera! (prof.) p.s.c. Col. G. F. Browne {temp. Brig. Gen.) CB. DSO. 13 June 03. 

2 W«3f£M*?!!!! G ""'' nl {u ' c ° l ::} p -°- c - Bt - Lt - Co1 - A - G - Hunter-we»ton, » s o. r. En g . . se P t. o 4 . 

ATTACHED TO THE GENERAL STAFF. 

Staff Officer for Horse and Field Artillery ... Col. W. Tylden, 22 Sept. 05. 

Officer in Charge of Musketry Duties p.cc.Major E. St. G.Pratt, DSO. Durh. L. I. i June 05. (2 Feb. 05). 

Administrative Staff. 

Head Quarters. 
Major General in charge of Administration... p.s.c. Major General Sir E. T. H. Hutton, i'C MG. CB. 1 Oct. 05 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel T. D'O. Snow, 7 July 05 (2 June 03). 

Assistant Quarter Master General ., Colonel F. V. Johnson, CB. 7 July 05 (1 Apr. 03). 

Staff Captain p.s.c. Capt.B. F. Burnett Hitchcock, Notts & Derby R. i7JUlyos. 



ioi Staff at Home. 

Services and Departments. 

Chief Engineer Colonel W. Pitt, i Juns o=; (10 Sept. 02). 

Staff Officer Royal Engineers Bt.Lt. Colonel Sir E. P. 0. Girouard, KCMG. DSO. Royal Bng. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel F. B. Buist, 1 Nov. 05. 

Deputy Assist. Director of Supplies Se Transport... Major F. P. S. Taylor, Army Service Corps, 1 June 05 (1 Nov. 02). 

District Barrack Officer. Co). J. Stacpole, CVO. CMG. ret. pay. 

Principal Medical Officer Surg. General "W. J. Charlton. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel C. R. Tyrrell, R. A. Medical Corps. 

Assistant Dirictor of Ordnance Stores Bt.Colonel R. W. M. Jackson. CMG. Army Ord. Department. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Colonel F. Smith, CB. CMG. Army Veterinary Department. 

Chief Accountant F. W. Askhain, Esq. Horse Guards, Whitehall, S.W. 

At Canterbury. 
Staff Officer for Imperial Yeomanry Lt.Col. T. 0. W. Champion de Crespigny {local Col.) 12 May 05. 

At Woolwich. 
Senior Veterinary Officer Major R. W. Raymond, Army Veterinary Department. 

At Dover. 

Administrative Medical Officer U(£ Colonel 0. E. P. Lloyd, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer 

At Colchester, 

Administrative Medical Officer Colonel W. B. Slaughter, Ro}'al Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel H. A. Anley, Army Ordnance Department. 

At Chatham. 

Administrative Medical Officer Colonel E. H. Fenn, CIE. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Offictr p.a.c. Major J. C. Thorpe, Ordnance Department. 

2nd Cavalry Brigade. 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel Bon. J. H. G. Byng, MVO. 11 May 05. Canterbury 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Rt.Major F. Lawrence, DSO. 14 Hussars, 24 May 05. 

4th Cavalry Brigade. 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel Allenby, CB. 19 Oct. 05. Colchester. 

Brigade Major 

Horse and Field Artillery. 

Colonel Commanding Colonel E. B. Coke, CVO. 7 Oct. 03. Woolwich. 

Staff Captain p.s.c. Major H. L. Tennant, Royal Artillery, 3 Feb. 04. 

5th Division. 

Major General p.s.c. H. F.Grant, CB. 7 Oct. 03. Woolwich. 

Aide de Camp Captain J. B. de M. Mairis, DSO. East Kent Regt. 15 May 05. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel J. T.Johnson, 13 June 05. 

B Ge t nlral dStani AAjutan * and Quarter Master ] p.s.c. Major T, R. C. Hudson, Royal Artillery, 11 Dec, 02. 

9th Infantry Brigade. 

Brigadier General Colonel C. E. Bradley, 22 July 05. Chatham. 

Brigade M-ijor p.s.c. Captain H. B. des V. Wilkinson, Durham Lt.Inf. 8 Aug. 05. 

10th Infantry Brigade. 

Briaadier General \ p.s.c. Colonel S. H. Lomax {with rank of Brig. General), ?8 Apr. 04 

^ [ Shorncliffe. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major S. C. Long, Rifle Brigade, 26 Oct. 04. 

6th Division. 

Major General A. S. Wynne, CB. 2 Mar. 04. 

Aide de Camv Lieut. L. N. Jones-Bateman, Norfolk Regiment, 2 Mar. 04. 

Colonel {General Staff ) p.s.c. Colonel W. G. Crole Wyndharn, CB. {prov.), 7 Sept. 02. 

C G^iar^!" < ..^". ? .?^ a !i. Q .! a ^r..:^ Sf ."'} Ma J° r G - StMto*. R°y al Artillery, 7 July 03. 

11th Infantry Brigade. 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel F. S. Robb, CB.MVO. Colchester. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major F. B. Maurice, Notts and Derby Regt. 

12th Infantry Brigade. 

Brigadier ^r^rvfc 3 T^i 

Brigade Major s^yr. '" .'■ -, 






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Staff' at Home. 102 

COAST DEFENCES. 
Chatham. 

Major Gexeril Comsiaxdixg Tt£ p.s.c. Sir R. C. Hart, KCVO. KCB. Royal Eng. 9 Dec. 02. 

Aide de Camp Captain T. Bruce, Royal Artillery. 

Stuff Officer p.s.c. Major T. B. Wood, Royal Artillery, 1 June 05. 

Devuty Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Hatter \ ,, n r \ f ,, c t»- t„ 

General ^ j-p.s.e. Major C. L. Macnab, Sussex Regiment, t June 05. 

Chief Engineer Colonel J. A. Ferrier, DSO. 6 Sept. 05. 

Adjutant Captain F. W. Brunner, Royal Engineers. 

Colonel, Eoyal Artillery Colonel T. Perrott, CB. 1 Juneos. 

Adjutant Major F. R. Patch, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 03. 

Instructor hi Gunnery (1st Class) Captain H. M. Elliott, Royal Artillery, 1 June 05. 

Dover. 

Colonel Commanding G. P. Owen (pro v.), 9 Aug. 04. 

Stuff Captain 

Instructor in Gunnery (2nd Class) Captain P. S. Saward, Royal Artillery. 

Haruich, 

Colonel Commanding Bt.Colonel O. Rowe, Royal Artillery 

Instructor in Gnnnery (2nd Class) Captain C. G. E. Stevens-Nash, Royal Artillery, 1 June 05. 

Officers Commanding Militia and Volunteer f p.a.c. Colonel G. R. Townsend, Roy, Garrison Art. Dover. 

Artillery Districts \ Colonel J. O. Hodgson, Roy. Garrison Art. Great Yarmouth. 

Officer Commanding Volunteer Artillery District Colonel 'H. O. Piers, Royal Garrison Artillery. Woolwich. 



GROUPED REGIMENTAL DISTRICTS. 

Eastern Counties. 

Brigadier General... Colonel vv. A. Ramsay, 1 June 05. Warley. 

Staff Captain Captaiu R. E. S. Prentice, Highland Lt. Int. 1 Aug. 05. 

Home Counties. 

Brigadier General Colonel C. J. Donald, CB. 15 Sept. 05. Sounslow. 

Staff Captain Captain B. Evans, DSO. Wiltshire Regiment, 17 Aug. 



NORTHERN COMMAND.— Head Quarters, York. 

Barwick-on-Tweed (so far as regards the Militia, Yeomanry, and Volunteers) and the Counties of Northum 
and, Westmoreland, Durham, Lancashire, Yorkshire, and the Isle of Man. The defences on 
the southern shore of the esouaries of the Humber and Mersey are included in the Northern Command. 

Oknkkal Officer Cosimaxuing- in -Chief ( Lt. General Sir H. M. L. Rundle, KCB. KCMG. DSO. Royal 

(acting) ^ Artillery, 10 Nov. 02. 

Assistant Military Secret, fry Bt. Major J. A. 0. QuiUer, Grenadier Guards, 30 June 05. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. G. H. Douglas-Pennant, Grenadier Gds. 28 Nov. 03. 



General Staft. 

I ■ '. / '/'. Gen. (Col. Gen. Staff, proe.) ... p.s.c. Colonel R. B. A. C. Bewicke-Copley, CB. 25 July 05. 

ATTACHED TO THE GENERAL STAFF. 
Chief Officer for Ho rie and Field Artillery... 
Offlcerin Charge of Musketry Duti-s Major R. Wanless-O'Gowan, Scottish Rifles, i June 05 (i5Dec.o3). 

Administrative Staff. 

Brigadier in Charge of Administration Colonel R. H. Mends, 16 May 05. 

Uepnly Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel J. W. G. Dawkins, CB. Royal Art. 1 June 05. 

tant Quarter Master General Colonel M. E. R. Rainsford, CB. (proe.). 

Services and Departments. 

Attached to Head Quarters of Command. 

Chief Engineer Colonel J. E. Blackburn, 10 Nov. 03. 

Staff Officer, 10, gal Engineers Major P. .1. J. Radcliffe, Royal Engineers. 

Vrineipal Medical Officer Colonel .Matthew D. O'Connell, MD. Royal Army Med. Corps. 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Services Lt. Colonel R. Crawford, Army Ordnance Department. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport} ■.„ ■ r , ... T ,. ,, T .„ . „ 

(acting) J- Maior C. W. King, If JO. Army Service Corps. 

Kaf Officer for Imperial Yeomanry Colonel W. H. M. Lowe, 17 May 05. 

District Barrack Officer Bt.Colonel II. G. Rice, CB. ret. pay. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Lt. Colonel E. H. Hazelton, Army Veterinary Department. 

Officer ,n charge of Musketry Duties Major R. Wanless-O'Gowan, Scottish Ritles, '15 Uec. 03 (1 Oct. at). 

Chief Accountant F. C. Davison, Esq. 



COAST DEFENCES. 



Neiccastle-on- Tyne. 

Commander (ex officio) p. s.c. Bt.Colonel G. F. Leverson, Royal Engineers. 

Staff Captain Captain E. A. Saunders, DSO. Royal Artillery, 16 Jan, 04. 

Mersey. 

Commander (ex officio) I, t. Colonel A. J. Kelly, Royal Engineers. Seaforth. 

Stuff Captain Captaiu A. A. Hardy', DSO. Royal Artillery, 22 Jan. 04. 



io3 Staff at Home. 



GROUPED REGIMENTAL DISTRICTS. 

Border. 

Brigadier General Colonel C. H. Kelly, 8 Jvme 95. Newcastle. 

Staff Captain Capt. H. Duncombe-Shalto. DSO. Northumberland Fus. 8June 05. 

Lancashire. 

Brigadier General Colonel C.P. Ridley, CB, 1 June 05. Preston. 

Staff Captain Major A. C. Adair, Lanes. Fusiliers, 10 June 05. 

Liverpool Recruiting Area. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class IL ) ( Quarter Master T. Batchelor, Royal Lancashire Regiment 

* ■" ■" K ' ( (Hon Captain), 1 Apr. 04. 

Manchester Recruiting Area. 
Recruiting Staff Officer (Class LI.) Captain J. G. Lowndes, 1ST. Lancashire Regt. 14 Jan. 05. 

Yorkshire. 

Brigadier General Colonel R. H. W. H. Harris, CB. 1 June 03. Pontefract. 

Staf Captain Captain A. G. Burt, York and Lanes. Regiment, 14 June 05. 

Leeds Recruiting Area. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) Major J. W. G. Roy, Notts and Derby Regt- 1 Apr. 03. 

Sheffield Recruiting Area. 
Recruiting Staff Officer (Class LI.) Captain A. C. S, Buckle, S. Staffordshire Regt. 12 Dec. 00. 



SCOTTISH COMMAND— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

General Officer Commanding in Chief Lieut. General Sir C. Tucker, KCB. 1 Oct. 03. 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel A. H. B. Cavaye, 10 May 05. 

Aide de Camp Captiin J. Byron, Royal Artillery, 2 Nov. 03. 

General Staff. 

dssistant Adj. Gen. (Col. Gen. Staff. proc.)'... p.s.c. Colonel A. G. Churchill, iS June 04. 

ATTACHED TO THE GENERAL STAFF. 
Officer in Charge of Musketry Duties p.s.c. Captain C. W. Pearless, S. W.Bord. 1 June 05 (17 Sept. 03), 

Administrative Staff. 

Brigadier General in charge of Administration p.s.c. Col. J. W. Godfray (temp. Brig. Gen.), CSO. CB.i June 05. 
Deputy AssistantAdjutant f Quar.Mr. 0«i...f *■".: Major OH. de Rougemont, MVO. DSO. Royal Artillery, 

^ ^ ( 1 June 05 (t Oct. 03). 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel L. A. Hope, CB. A.D.C. 1 June 03. 

Services and Departments. 

Staff Officer for Lmperial Yeomanry Colonel J. E. Dewar, 1 May 05. 

Chief Engineer .' Colonel R. L. Hippisley, CB. 1 June 05 (10 Aug. 04). 

Staff Officer Royal Engineers Major M. L. Tuke, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport ... Lt.Colonel G. M. V. Hunt, Army Service Corps. 

District Barrack Officer Bt.Colonel C. G. Knocker, ret. pay (Lt. Col. Res. of Officers). 

Principal Medical Officer 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Services Lt.Colonel P. G. Parkinson, Army Ordnance Dept. 

Dep. Assist. Director of Remounts Major Gen. H. Pipon. CB. ret. pay. 15 June 05 (10 Aug. 03). 

Principal Veterinary Officer The Principal Veterinary Officer, Northern Command. 

Chief Accountant Colonel G. Dewar. 

COAST DEFENCES. 
Scotland. 

Comjiander (Colonel) Colonel G. J. Lord Playfair (proa.), 25 Apr. 03. Edinburgh. 

Staff Captain 

/Lt.Colonel T. W. Powles, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1st Sub- 
District. Leith Fort. 
Officers Commanding Militia and Volunteer Art. \ Bt.Colonel A. B. Purvis, Royal Garrison Artillery, 2nd Sub- 

Dittrict "] District. Aberdeen. 

Lt.Colonel A. ff. Powell, DSO. Royal Garrison Artillery, 3rd 
v Sub-District. Gourock. 

Instructor in Gunnery (1st Class) Captain C. Howard Vyse, Royal Artillery, 1 June 05. Leith Fort. 

Instructor in Gunnery (2nd Class) Captain A. L. B. Jacob, Royal Artillery, 10 July 05. L.'ith Fort. 

GROUPED REGIMENTAL DISTRICTS. 

Highland. • 

Brigadier General Colonel V. Macbean, CVO. CB. 27 June 05. Perth, 

Staf Captain "3<& Captain W. E. Gordon, Gordon Highlanders, 6 June 05. 

Lowland. 

Brigadier General Colonel H. Broadwood, CVO. 1 June 05. Hamilton. 

Staff Captain Bt.Major H. J. G. Moir, Royal Scots, 8 June 05. 

Edinburgh Recruiting District. 

Recruiting Staf Officer (Class II.) Qr. Master R. J. Boddy, R. Scots Fus. (Hon. Major), 9 June 02. 

Glasgow Recruiting District. 
Recruiting Staff Officer (Class IL.) { ^o^urfo-^' PinlaySOn ' Hi * hland Li ? ht Gantry (Hon. Capt.), 



Staff at Home. 104 

WELSH AND MIDLAND COMMAND— Head Quarters, Chester. 

Wales and the Counties of Cheshire (excluding the Mersey defences), Shropshire, Herefordshire, Monmouth- 
shire, Lincolnshire (excluding- the H umber defences), Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, and Leicester- 
shire. 
General Ofeicer Commanding in Chiee j M . G x g{ p Howard KCBi C2IG _ A 

(acting) ) 

Assistant Military Secretary 

Aide de Camp Captain R. F. S. Grant, DSO. Rifle Brigade, 23 Jan. 05. 

General Staff. 

Assistant Adjutant General jj.s.o. Colonel C. R. Simpson, 3 Oct. 05. 

Officer in Charge of Musketry Duties Capt. J. W. Sandilands, DSO. Cameron Highlanders, 23 Oct. 05. 

Administrative Staff. 

Brigadier in charge of Administration p.s.c. Colonel J. K. Trotter, CB. CMO. 29 Apr. 05. 

t. , a ■, * »i- * 1 a 1 f u.j. e. Captain E.FitzG. M. Wood, Z>SO. Devon Regt. 25 Feb. 0+ 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General I (2-MaVo'] 

Assistant Quarter Hatter General p s.c. Colonel C. St. L. Barter, CTO. CB. 1 June 05. 

Services and Departments. 

Attached to Head Quarters of Command. 

Staff Officer for Imperial Yeomanry Colonel M. O. Little, 4 May 05. 

Chief Engineer (acting) Colonel R. Thomson, 1 June 05. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Major W, A. Harrison. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel A. W. Duke, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Services p.a.c. Lt.Colonel W. Lambert, Army Ordnance Department. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Major A. L. Caldwell, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Accountant Colonel G. H. Ferrier. 

COAST DEFENCES. 
Welsh. 

Commander (Colonel) Colonel K. H. Walker (prov.) 15 Oct. 03. Milford Haven. 

Staff Captain 

°feZni° Defence"'' mm " ""^ Volunteer Arf '~ } Lt.Colonel A. B. Shute, Royal Garrison Artillery. Cardiff. 
GROUPED REGIMENTAL DISTRICTS. 

Welsh Border. 

Brigadier General Colonel A. E. Ommuney, CB. 1 J ne 05. Shrewsbury. 

Staff Captain Captain W. J. Rowan Robinson, Shropshire L. Inf. 1 June 05. 

North Midland. 

Brigadier General Colonel H. J. J. Kentish, i June 05. Lichfield. 

Staff Captain Bt.Major L. Edwards, .Lincoln Regiment, 28 June 05. 



LONDON DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, London. 

The London County Council area within the County of Middlesex, the Guards' Depot at Caterham and 
(for Household Troops) Windsor. For purposes of training, the Camp at Pirbright is included in the London 
District. 

Major General L. J. Oliphant, C'I'O. CB. 1 Jan. 03. 

Aide de Camp Lt. Hon. M. B. Parker, Grenadier Guards, 1 Jan. 03. 

Assist. Adjutant and Quarter Master General p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. G. D. Shute, DSO. 1 Jan. 05. 

Services and Departments. 

Staff Officer for Imperial Yeomanry Lt.Col. T. O. W. Champion de Crespigny, 12 May 05. Canterbury. 

Chief Engineer (acting) Colonel N. M. Lake. 

Staff Officer Royal Engineers Captain M. St. L. Simon. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel A. T. Sloggetn, CMG. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain E. U. Brudbridge, Wiltshire Regiment. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Lt.Colonel P. E. F. Hobbs, CMG. Army Service Corps. 

Officer in charge of Musketry Duties Major E. F. 0. C-ascoigne, DSO. Grenadier Guards, 3 Feb. 03. 

Accountant J. Huggett, Esq. 

Brigade Major (Brigade of Guards) Bt.Major J. McO. Steele, Coldstream Guards, 10 July 05. 

Officer Commanding Volunteer Artillery Bt. Colonel H. O. Piers, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Recruiting District. 
London Recruiting District. — Depot, St. George's Barracks, Charing Cross, W.C. 

Chief Recruiting Staff Officer Colonel H. A. Walsh, 22 Oct. 04. 

Recruitiiti/ Staff Officer (Class 1.) Lt.Colonel E. Turner. 

( Captain A. S. Peebles, DSO. Suffolk Regiment. 

Recruiting Staff Officers (Class II.) ] Captain G. M. A. Ellis, 20 July 05. 

(Captain M. R. Liddon, 28 Aug. 05. 
f Colonel F. Howard, MD. ret. pay. 
\ Lt.Colonel L. A. Irving, ret. pay. 
Medical Officers I Lt.Colonel H. Charlesworth, CMG. ret pay. 

•" jLt.Colonel E. J. Fairland, ret. pay. 

/Colonel B. B. Connoly, MD. CB. ret. pay. 

\. Lt.Colonel H. W. Hubbard, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



i°5 Staff at Home and Abroad. 

CHANNEL ISLANDS. 

GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Goveenob and Commanding the Tboops Major General B. B. D. Campbell, CVO. CB. i Apr. 03 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Colonel H. Alexander, DSO.~ 

Commanding Royal Artillery Colonel W. C. Hunter-Blair, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Major L. Jones. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lieut. J. G. Courtice, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster , Major R. W". P. Lodwick, Array Pay Department 

Senior Medical Officer : Lt.Colonei R. H. Robinson, retired pay. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Captain C. B. Terry, Army Service Corps. 



JERSEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut.Goveenoe and Commanding the Tboops... Major General H. S. Gough, CB. CMG. 14. Nov. 00. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Lt.Colonei H. St. L. Wood, DSO. 22 Feb. 04. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major W. W. Griffin, Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonei W. M. Hodder. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major D. Grant (Reserve). 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major P. Langlands, West India Regiment. 

District Paymaster Maior R. W. P. Lodwick, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Major T. H. F. Clarkson, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



STAFF IN AFRICA. 

High Commissioner for South Africa William Waldegrave Palmer, Earl of Selborne. 

Militant Secretary ' Captain Hon. D. C. Marjoribanks, DSO. MVO. Royal Horse Gds. 

( 23 Apr. 05. 
Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. 3. C. Lyttelton, Rifle Brigade. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief of the Cape of) H g . w F H ely-Hutchinson, GCMG. Cape Town. 

Good Hope and its Dependencies j J e 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Major A. R. Cameron, Royal Highlanders, 3 Dec. 04. 

. ■ , , „ ( Captain W. A. Gordon, 6 Bn. Worcester Regiment, 22 Mar. 01. 

Aiaesae Lamp 1 Captain J. I. Lutley, 5 Bn. Worcester Regt. 20 July 02 (extra). 

NATAL (comprising Natal and Zululand). 

Governor and Commander in Chief Col. Sir Hy. Edw. M'Callum,<?P3/ff. A.D.C. R. Eng. Ma.riizhu.rg. 

Aide de Camp Major H. E. Walter, ret. pay (Reserve), 20 Apr. 01. 

TRANSVAAL and ORANGE RIVER COLONY. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Right Hon. W. W. Earl of Selborne, GCMG. 

■nr;i;t,.„„ e„„„„#„,.„ - f Captain Hon. D. C. Marjoribanks, DSO. MVO. Royal Horse Gds. 

Miutaty becretaiy ^ 29 Apr. 05. 

Aide de Camp - Lieut. Hon. J. C. Lyttelton, Rifle Brigade, 29 Apr. 05. 

T . . , a (Hon. Sir A. Lawley, KCMG. Pretoria. 

Lieutenant Governors , {sirU. 3. Goo\d-A.Lms.KCMG. CB. Bloemfontein. 

j-j j* r . „ ("Captain A. A. Dufl, 3 Bn. Gordon Highlanders. 22 Apr. 05. 

Aiaes ae Lamp tBt.Major P. G. A. Cox, Rifle Brigade (extra). 

FORCES IN SOUTH AFRICA. 

L'.eutenant General Commanding the Forces Lt.General Sir H. J. T. Hildyard. KCB. 19 Mar. 04. 

Assistant Military Secretary Bt.Lt.Colonel R. A. Browne, Border Regiment. 

. . , , n ( Captain R. J. T. Hildyard, Royal West Kent Regiment. 

Aitles de Lamp (Lieut. H. Carton de Weart, 4 Dragoon Guards. 

TRANSVAAL AND ORANGE RIVER COLONY. 

Brigadier General (prov.) p.s.c. Colonel H. B. Jeffreys, CB. (temp. Brig. Gen.)2 Jan. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (Major Gen. ) _ Bt. Major W. A. White, Connaught Rangers, 24 June 05. 

Staff, prov.) ) r ' 

Staff Captain (attached) 

Staff Officer for Horse andField Artillery (Colonel) Colonel j. Hotham, 9 June 03. 

Briqade Major Royal Artillery (supern.) Major J. G. Rotton, Royal Artillery, 31 Oct. 03. 

Ma' or General in Charge of Administration Major General Sir A. R. F. Dorward, KCB. DSO. 15 July 05. 

±<s'i«tant Quarter Master General Colonel T. P. B. Ternan, CMG. DSO. 22 Aug. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major J. D. McLachlan, Cameron Highlanders, 26 April 05. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Col. onthe Staff) ... Colonel H. E. Rawson, CB. 25 Feb. 05.. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Captain A. H. Tyler, Royal Engineers. 

Director of Supplies and Transport (Colonel on ) Colonel G _ p. Bourc i cau i t , 2 Feb. 04. 

the Staff) i . _, 

Assistant Director of Supplies Major St. J. W. T. Parker, Army Service Corps, 15 July 04. 

Deputy Assistant Director of Transport Major D. Vawdrey, Army Service Corps, 1 May 05. 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.General W. Donovan, CB. ,,;,.■,„ 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Major H. J. M. Buist, MB. DSO. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel R, T. H. Law, Army Ordnance Department 

Principal Veterinary Officer Colonel J. A. Nunn, CIE. DSO. Army Veterinary Department. 

Chief Accountant Colonel R. M. Ireland, CMG. 



Staff Abroad. 106 



Transvaal District. 
Major General (p.s.c. Colonel T. E. Stephenson, CB. (with rank of Major Gen 

Aide de Camp Lieut. G. W. Howard, DSO. Essex Regiment. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel W. B. Fletcher, 8 Aug. 05. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Captain L. J. Lipsett, Irish Regiment, 1 Nov. 05. 

Staff Cavfain /Captain J. H. A. Annesley, DSO. 3 Dragoon Guards. Pretoria 

•" " ( Sub-District. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. W. Kenny, M.B. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel R. H. B. Taylor, Army Ordnance Department. 

Potchefstroom Sub-District. 

Colonel on the Staff fp.l.c. Colonel J. F. Burn-Murdoch, CB. (with rank of Brig. Gen.) 

•" t 16 May 04. 

Staff Captain Major C. Gosling, King's Rcyal Rifle Corps. 

Middelburg Sub-District. 

Brigadier General Colonel W. R. Kenyon-Slaney, 1 Nov. 05. 

Staff Captain Captain T. E. Clarke, Royal inniskilling Fusilliers, ?o April 05, 

Standerton Sub-District. 

Brigadier General 

Aide de Cam}) 

Staff Captain Captain C. E. Higginbotham, Northampton Regiment. 

Harrismith and Natal Sub-District. 

Colonel on the Staff [with rank of Brig. General) Col. C. J. Blomfield, CB. DSO, Lancashire Fusiliers, 16 May 

Staff Captain Captain J. H. Hall, Middlesex Regiment, 1 Sept. 03. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain L. C. G. Tufnell, East Surrey Regiment. 

Orange River Colony District. 

Major General p.s.c. Colonel R. G. Broadwood, CB. A.D.C. 16 May 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. H. Bonham, 2 Dragoons, 16 May 04. 

Deputy Assiitant Quarter Master General Major A. B. Hamilton, Scottish Borderers, 1? Oct. 05. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Matter 1 jjg-,,,. G Morrison , Dragoons, 1 Nov. 05. 

General ) 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major W. T. Davies, Army Ordnance Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel W. J. Macnamara, MD. Royal Army Med. Corps 

Kroonstad Sub-District. 
Colonel on the Staff 



CAPE COLONY DISTRICT. 

Major General E. S. Brook, CB. May 04. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. F. Brooke, Connaught Rangers. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel C. F. N. Macready, Gord. Hndrs. 9 Oct. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Major H. C. Sutton, Coldstream Guards, t6 Mar. 03. 

t, . , . . , ,-, . , r „, n , 1 (p.s.c. Captain A. Blair, DSO. King's Own Scott. Bord. io Sept. 02. 

Deputy Asmstant Quarter Master Generals J Captain S. W. Robinson, Royal Artillery, 1 Sept. 02. 

Senior Veterinary Officer 

Chief Engineer (Colonel on Staff) W. J. Mackenzie, 1 Nov. 05. 

Staff Officer Boyal Engineers Lieut. C. S. Reid. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.Colonel G. O. Welch, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. C. Dorman, MB. CMG. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major C. W. Tribe, Army Ordnance Dept. 

Chief Paymaster Major J. B. Smith. 

Middelburg Sub-District. 

Brigadier General Colonel T. E. Hickman, CB. DSO. 19 Dec. 03. 

Staff Captain Captain W. A. Eaton, East Kent Regiment, 27 May 04. 



SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE. 

Commissioner, Commander in Chief, and Consul \ Bt.Lt.Col. E. J. F. Swayne, Indian Army (with rank of Brigadier 
General t General). Berbcra. 



SAINT HELENA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lt.Colonel H. L. Gallwey, CMG. DSO. James Town. 

Commanding Troops 

Garrison Adjutant Lieut. H. St. J. L. Winterbotham, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery Major W. D. Nicholl, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Jtoyal Engineer Lieut. H. Sir J. L. Winterbotham, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Officer 

District Paymaster 

Commanding Army Service Corps Captain H. A. Stewart, Army Service Corps. 

Senior Medical Officer Major B. AV. Wright, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



io7 Staff Abroad. 

MAURITIUS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir C. Boyle, KCMG. Port Louis. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. G. E. Ram, 4 Bn. N. Staffordshire Regt. 20 Aug. 04. 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel C. T. B. Metcalfe, CB. 7 Nov, 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major W. C. Bridge, South Staffordshire Regiment. 

Commanding Royal Artillery p.s.c. Bt.Colonel J. Adye, CB. Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Cclonel F. M. Glubb, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major R. G. Mathew, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain H. S. Bush, Royal West Kent Regiment. 

District Paymaster ; Major A. F. H. Cox, Army Pay Dept. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel E. North, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



GAMBIA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir G. C. Denton, KCMG. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. F. Scott, Oxford Light Infantry, 22 Nov. 02. 



GOLD COAST COLONY. 

Governor and Commander in Chief J. P. Rodger, Esq. CMG. Accra. 

Aide de. Camp..... Captain T. C. Hincks, Royal Berkshire Regiment, 15 Jan. 04. 



COLONY OF LAGOS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief W. Egerton, Esq. CMG. 

Aide de Camp 



NORTHERN NIGERIA. 

„. ,„ . . , ... . „„. ,. n , ( Lt.Col. Sir F. J. D. Lugard, KCMG. CB. DSO. (from h.p. 
High Commissioner {with rank of Brigadier Gen.) \ Norfolk Re"t ) s 



SOUTHERN NIGERIA. 

Sigh Commissioner W. Egerton, Esq., CMG. 



SIERRA LEONE. 

Governor and Commanderin Chief L. Probyn, CMG. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. R. Tomlinson, 3 Bn. Roy. Berkshire Regt. 4 Feb. 05. 

Major General Major General E. T. Jackson, 26 Oct. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Captain H. F. Lea, Yorkshire Regiment, 18 Feb. 05. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major R. W. Thompson, DSO. North Lancashire Regt. 

Commanding Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engineer Major J. I. Lang,-Hyde, CMG. Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major ±-. O. Sandilands, Arms Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major C. R. Hodgkins, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Captain S. H. Duxbury. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel A. A. Sutton, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



UGANDA. 

Commissioner and Commander in Chief Lt.Colonel J. H. Sadler, CB. 

EGYPT, FORCE IN. 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel G. M. Buliock, CB. 16 Mar. 05. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Son. A. F. Stanley, 1 Life Guards, 28 Aug. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Major A. H. C. Kenney-Herbert, Northampton Regt. 21 Eeb. 01 

Garrison Adjutant 

Staff Captain Captain T. E. Bayley, 20 Hussars. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major R. Percy Smith, Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel A. M. Mantell, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel G. R. Atkinson, Army Ordnance Department. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.Colonel C. Rawnsley, DSO. Army Service Corps. 

District Paymaster Lt.Colonel W. M. Duckett. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. Magil!, MD. CB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Veterinary Major E. J. Lawson. 

Assistant Provost Marshal Quarter Master C. Burroughs, 16 Nov. 04. 

Garrison of Alexandria. 

Colonel on the Staff. p.s.c. Colonel G. M.Bullock, CB. (with rank of Brig. General). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major E. R. O. Ludlow, Army Service Corps. 

Staff' Captain - 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Chief Ordnance Officer 



Staff Abroad. 108 



EUROPE. 

GIBRALTAR. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. f General Sir F. W. E. F. Forestier- Walker, GCMG. KCB 

J I i Sept. 05. 

Assistant Military Secretary Major H. E. B. Leach, Northumberland Fut-iliers, 1 Sept. 05. 

Aides de Camp f Captain H W MHarington Royal Artillery, 1 Sept. 05. 

lijient. H. G. Lord Guernsey, Irish Guards, 7 Sept. 05. 

Commanding Infantry Brigade 

Aide de Vamp 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major O. H. Pedley, Northumberland Fusiliers, 1 Apr. 03. 

Brigadier General in charge of Administration ... p.s.c. Colonel R. J. F. Banfield, CB. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major W. S. Bannatyne, Liverpool Regiment. 11 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain F. F. Ready, DSO. Royal Berkshire Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General and Deputy ) 

Assistant Adjutant General for Instruction ) 

Commanding llosal Artilleru {Major General on)„ . .-, , - — — -. — , , ..,. . 

the Staff) \ Major General J. C. Dalton, Royal Artillery. 14 Apr. 05. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel G, F. W. St. John, Royal Artillery. 

Chief Engineer (Colonel on theStaff) Colonel C. Wilkinson, 25 Apr. 03. 

Staff Officer Royal Engineers p.s.c. Major G. M. W. Macdonogh, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Direector of Ordnance Stores Colonel T. P. Battersby, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Major C. H. Moore. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. McNamara, MD. 

Garrison Adjutant and Quarter Master R. P. N'Tman, 24 Mar. 05 ; Hon. Copt. 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel W. A. Dunne, CB. 



MALTA. 
^GeTeral)^ C ° mn " lndeT '" ° h " f ^^ r °"* ° f \ General Sir C. M. Clarke, Bt. GCB. GCVO. 26 Mar. 03. 

Assistant Military Secretary p.s.c. Major R. H. Hare, DSO. Royal Artillery. 

, . , , r ( 1 'aptain C. H. G. M. Clarke, Rifle Brigade, 26 Mar. 03. 

Aixesae vamp \ Lieut. A. E. Watts-Russell, Coldstream Guards, 9 Ocr. 04. 

r, 1 ■ 1 <j j <-. I Lt.Colonel N. Grech-Biancardi, MVO. King's Own Malta Militia, 

Colonial Aide de Camp I . 

Brigadier General in charge of Administration ... p.s.c. Colonel C. E. Beckett, CB. 16 July 04. 

Commanding Infantry Brigade Major General Sir W. F. Kelly, KCB. 8 May 03 

Aide de Camp Captain A. E. Glasgow, Royal Sussex Regiment, 3 July 04. 

Brigade Major p.s.c.Captain R.F.Uniacke, Royal Imiiskillmg Fnsiliers,i3 Jan. 04. 

Staff Captain Major H. McMicking, DSO. Royal Scots, 10 FeD. 03. 

hejtutu Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master (p.s.c. Captain G. 0. W. G. Hall, Yorkshire Light Li .fan try. 

Generals (p.s.c. Major G. C. Knight, North Lancashire Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Instruction... 

A'sisiant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel G. F. C. Mackenzie, CB. 25 Feb. 05. 

Commaniini/ Soi/al Artillery Major General H. Barron, 20 Sept. 04. 

Chief Engineer (Colonel on the Staff) Colonel J. W. Sill, 29 Oct. 04. 

Staff Officer Eoyal Engineers MajorC. E. Seaman. 

Assistant Director of Ordnance Stores Colonel W. G. Collmgwood, Army Ordnance Corps. 

Chief Accountant Colonel F. G. Hamley. CMG. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel L. G. MacNeece, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel S. H. Winter, 1 Ai>r. 03. 

Officer in charge of Musketry Duties Captain R. V. K. Alpin, USO. 14 Hussars, 26 Aug. 05. 

CYPRUS. 

High Commissioner and Commander in Chief Sir C. A. King Harman, KCMG. Nicosia. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. C. Ogle, West India Regiment. 



ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Viceroy and Governor General The Et. Hon. G. J. E. M. K. Earl of Minto, GCMG. 

Private Secretary 

Military Secretary Major F. L. Adams, Scots Guards. 

("Major G. P. T. Feilding, DSO. Coldstream Guards. 

Aides de Camp i Lieut. Lord F. G. Montagu I 'ouglas-Scott, Grenadier Guards. 

\.Captain T. H. R. Bulkeley, Scots Guards, 13 Dec. 04. 

Me Gene r rfufTndL" f .!^ & ^"T..\^' e - Ma J° r GeQeral 8ir E ' B " Blle9 ' KCB - KCIE - Ra y^ Artillery. 

Commander .N Chief .Z.........1..!... i ^ 6 ^ 1 HJi - v ™'- Kitchener of Khartoum, GCB. OM. GCMG. Roja] 

(, Engineers, 28 Nov. 02. — Simla. 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Colonel H. I. Hamilton, DSO. A.D.C. 

Assist. Military Sec. Ir Interpreter Major R.J. Marker, DSO Coldstream Gnnrds. 
a 1- t r, (p.s.c Captain V. R. Brooke, DSO. 9 Lancers. 

Aia:< as vamp ^ Captain R. W. K. Barnes, DSO. 4 HuBBars, j May 04. 

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Staff Abroad. 



Adjutant General's Department at Head Quaetehs. 

Adjutant General p.s.c. Major General B. Duff, CB. CIE. Indian Army, 30 June 03. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel C. W. Park, A.D.C. 28 July 03 

f Bt.Lt.Colonel W. B. Birdwood, Indian Army, 1 Sept. 04. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals < Colonel C. de C. Hamilton, 29 Nov. 03. 

(Lt. Colonel 0. C. Armstrong, DSO. Indian Army, n Jan. 03. 
Assist. Adjutant General for Musketry. ColoDel C. L. Woollcombe (from King's Own Scottish Brdrs.), 20 May 01. 

Assist. Adjt. Genl.for Royal Engineers. Lt.Colonel J. A. Tanner, DSO. Royal Engineers, 1 July 03. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Bt. Major A. H. Bingley, Indian Army, 26 Apr. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (for | Lt .Colonel c . - rant A r OI . 
British Army Schools) j ' v v 

Judge Advocate General in India Lt.Colonel W. D. Thomson, Indian Army, to June 03. 

Asst. Judge Advocate General in India 

Quarter Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Quarter Master General Colonel H. C. Sclater, CB. (with rank of Major General) , 3 May 04. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Colonel H. Mullaly, 29 Nov. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel A. B. Fenton, Indian Army, 11 Feb. 04. 

Dep. Assist. Qr. Mr. Gen. (.Mobilization) { Ma ^ r M " Cowper ' Indian Arm ^ * Ma y °2.-Simla. 

1 Captain J. H. Lloj-d, Indian Army, 20 Mar. 01. — Somaliland. 

Assistant Qr. Mr. Gen. Intel! . Branch Major W. Malleson, Indian Army (with rank of Lt. Colonel), 74 Mar. 04. 

i Major C. Wanhss, South Lancashire Regiment, 6 Mar. 02. 
Major M. R. E. Ray, Indian Army, 8 Mar. 03. 
Major W. C. Walton, Indian Army, 29 Oct. 03. 
Captain A. S. Hamilton, Indian Army, 13 Mar. 04. 
Lt.Colonel H. C. Nanton, Royal Engineers, 17 July 03. 
S p.s.c. Major F. Rennick, Indian Army, 8 Mar. 03. 
p.s.c. Major H. W. Senior, Indian Army, 19 Oct. 04. 
Captain J. Campbell, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 23 Mar. 04. 
/ Captain W. C. Black, Indian Army, 10 Nov. 04. 
\p s.c. Major C. G. Stewart, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
Inspector General of Artillery in India Major General L. W. Parsons, CB. 

Brigade Major Captain R. M. Johnson, Royal Art. 30 June 05. 

Inspector General of Cavalry in India... p.s.c. Major General D. Haig, CB. CVO. 17 Lancers, 30 Oct. 03. 

Brigade Major Captain H. J. M. Macandrew, DSO. Indian Army. 16 Nov. 03. 

Inspector of Gymnasia in India Lt.Colonel N. J. Goodwyn, DSO. Devon Regiment, 19 May 04. 

Inspector General of Vol. in India Major General J. S. Collins, 8 Sept. 03. 

Recruiting Staff Officer Bt.Major P. Holland Pryor, Indian Army, 1 Aug. 03. 

Principal Veterinary Officer in India ... Veterinary Colonel I. Matthews, CB. 

Dir. of Military Education in India ... p.s.c. Colonel W. B. Capper, 4 Dec. 02. 

Principal Medical Officer, S. M.'s\ Surgeon General Sir T. G. Gallwey, A.M.S., MD. KCMG. CB.]A.rmy Med. 

Forces in India i Staff, 22 Feb. 02 

~ . . ; ,, . . , „ ,. , „jk ( Major W. H. W. Elliot, DSO. MB. Indian Medical Service. 
Secretaries to Principal Medical officer > ( Captain E . B . K nox, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Director General of Ordnance in India. Major General C. H. Scott, CB. Royal Artillery, 23 Mar. 02. 

Director General of Military Works Colonel H. W. Duperier (with rank of Major General), 18 Apr. 03. 

Dir. General of Supply and Transport. Major General L. W. Christopher, CB. Indian Army. 
Dir. General Indian Medical Service.... 

Director Army Remount Department ... Lt.Colonel H. Goad, Indian Army, May 98. 

Accountant General Colonel W. R. T. G. Anderson, CB. Indian Army. 

NORTHERN COMMAND. 

Lieutenant General ... Lt.General Sir Bindon Blood, ECB. 18 Oct. 01.— Murree. 

Assist. Military Sec.andAide deCamp 

Aide de Camp Captain F. W. Cavendish, 9 Lancers, 1 Sept. 05. 

r. t a j- 1 t a,. ,.,; fj>.».«. Colonel A. A. Barrett, CB. Indian Army (with rank of Briqadier 

Deputy Adjutant General £ General), 15 Apr. 05. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel F. G. Bond, CB. 

. .. . ... . tn „ „„,.„ /ColonelC. A. Anderson, CB. Royal Horse Artillery, 20 May or. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals \ Colonel F. S. L. Pernio, 9 Mar. 02. 

Dep. Assistant Quarter Master General Major A. B. H. Northcott, Royal Scotch Fusiliers, 15 Oct. 03. 

( Lt.Colonel V. W. Fane, Indian Army, r Apr. 00. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ... j Major T. E. Scott, CIE. DSO. Indian Army, 12 Nov. 04. 

I Major G. M. Baldwin, DSO. 1 Apr. 05. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. General for Musketry 
Colonel on the Staff Royal ArtUl^s\ Gol one , j A Coxhead CB _ A 

(with rank of Brigadier General) ) ""' "■"• ~> "■!"• "f 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General R. Artillery p.s.c. Captain H. L. N. Beynon, 8 Jan. 04 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Captaia C. Ainslie, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Engineer, Military Works Colonel C. C. Ellis. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General A. S. Reid, MD. CB. Indian Medical Service, 16 June 02. 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel R. Pringle, DSO. 

'"*"&■$ ^BenglTcomlalfd :)} C *^ A - * ™*tman, ™<>. Somerset Light Infantry, . Apr. 04. 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Captain H. H. G. Hyslop, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Deputy Judge Advocate General Major H. L. B. Acton, Indian Army, 10 June 03. 

Assist.InstruetorsMountedInf.School*{°Z^^^^^ 

I Captain R. T. I. Ridgway, Indian Army. 
i> ,•<•„,«/„#• n<h„er« J Major D. H. Hildebrand.'lndian Army. 

Recruiting Staff Officers j Captain G. D. L. Chatterton, Indian Army. 

[ Captain A. B. Longden, Indian Army. 



Staff Abroad. no 

DIVISIONAL ASD BRIGADE STAFF. 

1st (Peshawur) Division. 

Commander Major General SirE. W. Barrow, ECB. Indian Army, i Jan. 04. 

Aide de Camp 

A,,i,tant Adjutant General, \ Colon ^ ?- H / Westmoreland, In Han Army, 2 Feb. 04. 

I p., c. Colonel J. L. Keir, 1 Sept. 04. 
Brigade Commander Colonel Sir J. Willcocks, KCMG. DSO. 29 Mar. 02. Nowshera. 

Deputy A„i-tant Adjutant GeneraU .. \ ^- Colonel H S McStanwell (h.p ) 
J ( Captain H. M. Allen, Indian Army. 

Brlgale Major Captain H. H. Norman, Northumberland Regiment. 

2nd (Rawal Pindi) Division. 

Commander ,.. Major GeneraU. H. Wodehouse, CB. CMG. Royal Artillery, ti Apr. 01. 

Aide de Camp IVeut. T. P. Melvil'e, South Wales Borderers, 7 Mar. 04. 

A,,i,tanl Adjutant General, fBt.Co.onel J. G. Ramsay. CB. Indian Army 

ip.,.c. Lt.Colonel H. E. Stanton, DSO. Royal Artillery, 50 May 02. 

/Colonel J. B. Woon, CB. Indian Army {with rank of Brigadier General), 
27 June 04. Abbottabad. 
■ j Colonel B. T. Mahon, CB. DSO. (with rank of Brigadier General). 12 Apr. 04. 
^ Sialkote. 

( Major S. B. Grimston, Indian Army, 9 Julv 04. 
Deputy A**i»tant Adjutant General, ..-' Major J. M. Burt, Royal Artillery, 29 Mar.' 02. 

I Captain M. J. W. Pike, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 27 Lee. 04. 

Brigade Major, \&± ¥ a & r «?•£ H " Rl T Ce ;. 2 7 D A ec - °4- ^ T 

( Captain W. S. Fraser, Indian Army, 21 Nov. 04. 

3rd (Lahore) Division. 

Commander p.s.c. Major General F. W. Kitchener, CB. 14 Nov. 02. 

Aidede Camp Captain G. B. Drew, West Yorkshire Regiment, 7 Mar. 04. 

A„„tant Adjutant General, (£';'• C ° ] ° n *} f- R " B " D ™™- |. A ? T : ° 2 ' XT 

■' \ Colonel J. G. Ramsay, CH. Indian Army, 1 Nov. 04. 

\ Colonel J. A. H. Pollock, CB. Indian Aimy (with rank of Brigadier General) 
I 29 June 04. Jullunder. 

' Major General R. A. P. Clements, CB. DSO. 1 Feb. 04. Sirhind. 
blriqade Commander, I F(C Colonel R. B. Adams, CB. Indian Army [«>ith rank of Brigadier General), 

r 18 July 04. Umballa. 

Colonel W. du G. Gray, CB. Indian Army, 18 July 04. Mooltan. 
J Colonel H. A. Abbott, CB. Indian Army [with rank of Brigadier General) 
f 25 Jan. 02. Ferozepore . 
("Major E. L. Sullivan, Indiin Army. 
Deputy A»,i,tant Adjutant General, ...i p.».c. Major L. W. P. East, DSO. Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 04. 

• Major W. L. Maxwell, Indian Army, 22 Jan. 02. 
'Major J. F. Stewart, Indian Army, 1 June 04. 
. I CaptainA. Mudge, Royal We.-t Surrey Regiment, 1 June 04. 

Brigade Major, -j Captain W. L. Osborn, Sussex Regiment 3 Feb. 05. 

Major D. G. M. Campbell, 9 Lancers, 
^Captain W. E. B. Smith, South Wales Borderers, 12 March 05. 
Officer in charge of Mutketry Dutic... Captain R. V. K. Asplin, DSO. 14 Hussars, 26 Aug. 05. 

Kohat Brigade. 

Commander Major General C. H. Des Vceux, CB. Indian Army, 14 Feb. 03. 

Deputy A'»ufant Adjutant General ... Major R. B. Low, DSO. Indian Army, 17 Sept. 05. 
Brigade Major Captain H. A. Engledue, Surrey Regiment, 27 June 05. 

Derajat Brigade. 

Commander Major General A. A. Pearson, CB. Indian Army, 23 Jan. 04. 

Deputy Attittant Adjutant General ... p.t.c. Major G. F. MacMunn, DSO. Royal Artillery, 1 Nov. 04. 
Brigade Major . Major C. Bailey, Indian Army, 1 June 04. 

Bannu Brigade. 

Commander J T (£ Colonel F. J. Aylmer, 11 Aug. 04. 

Brigade Major 



EASTERN COMMAND. 

Lieutenant -General Major General Sir A. Gaselee, GCIE. KCB. Indian Army, Nairn Tnl. 

A„i,t. Mil. See. and A.D.C 

Aide de Camp 

Deputy Adjutant General 

Auiitant Quarter Matter General Colonel M. H. S. Grover, Indian Army, 2/ Nov. 02. 

Dep. Aititt. Quarter Matter General p.,.c. Major G. de S. Barrow, Indian Army, 11 Mar. 03. 

Amttanf Adjutant General, ( Colonel J. B Forster (from Irish Regiment), 19 Feb. 01. 

' .... I pj wCw y^f- (Jolonel K. Lvsons. 

Deputy Auufant Adjutant General, ...(??•£ } Iaj0 f£- £ T e £ NorieCSO. Indian Army, 21 Apr. 04. 

r J i. Lt.Colonel W. G. L. Beynon, DSO. Indian Army. 

Dep. A„i,t. Adj. Gen. for Musketry ... 

Deputy Judge Advocate General Major L. H. Reid, Indian Army, n Feb. 03. 

Colonel on the Staff", Royal Artillery ... p.t.c. Colonel J. S. S. Barker, CB. 15 June 04. 
Dep. A„i,t. Adj. Gen. for B. Artillery Captain H. N. Packard, Royal Artillery, 3 Jan. 02. 

Intpedor of Army Signalling Captain A. B. Whatman, DSO. Somersetshire Lt. Infantry, 1 April 04. 

Chief Engineer, Military Work, Colonel S. Grant. 

81 a ff Officer, Royal Engineer, Captain H. G. Le Mesurier, Royal Engineers. 

Superintendent of Gymna»ia Captain C. E. Hollins, Lincolnshire ilegiment, 28 June 01. 

Principal Medical Officer 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Vety. Lt. Colonel R. Moore. 

Chief In, p. Mounted Infantry School . Major .). T. Cotesworth, Yorkshire Regiment. 
A„i,tant Commandant Captain C- M'L. l'orteous, Indian Army. 

( Major A. H. Dennys, Indian Army. 

Stcruiting Staff Offlar, ) Captain Brakspear, Indian Army. 

3 mm • ~i Maior F. C. r ). Araesbury, Indian Army. 

(.Captain G. R. Vanrenen, Indian Army. 



in Staff Abroad. 

DIVISIONAL AND BRIGADE STAFF. 
7th (Meerut) Division. 

Commander Major General G. Henry, CB. Royal Engineers, i May 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut O. W. E. BannermaD, Indian Army, 1 Oct. 03. 

I Colonel H. S. Massy, CB. Indian Army, 31 May 04. 

Assistant Adjutant Gnerals j Lt. Colonel W. G. Hamilton, 1 Sept. 04. 

I Lt.Colonel G. F. N. Tinley, Indian Army, 21 July 05. 

( Major General A. R. Martin, CB Indian Army 4 Jan. 04. Bareilly. 

Brigade Commanders < Major General A. G. F. Browne, CB. DSO. Ind. Army, 26 Nov. 02. Garhwal, 

(.Colonel A. Phayre, Indian Army 1 Nov. 04. Meerut, 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Major W. D. Daunt. Indian Army, 17 Mar. 03. 
Brigade Majors i Captain A. M. Perreau, Royal Artillery, 1 June 04. 

* •' \ Major S. W. Edwards, DSO. Indian Army, 1 June 04. 

8th (Lucknow) Division. 

Commander Major General Sir E. L. Elliot, KCB. DSO. Indian Army, 17 Nov. 03,. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant Generals \ Colon ^ 1 f • H C *j- Reid, 14 June 102 

{p.s.c. Co'onel E. H. Molesworth, Indian Army, 1 Dec. 02. 

f Uo'onel H. S. Wheatley, Indian Army, 7 Mar. 04. Fyzalad. 
Brigade Commanders -f Colonel H. N. McRae, CB. Indian Army, 21 Nov. 03. Assam, 

\J'olouel J. Spens, CB. {with rank of Brigadier Gen.), 12 Aug. 03. Allahabad, 

? p.s.c. Captain H. S. da Brett, DSO. Royal Artillery, 31 Oct. 04. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ..A p s.e. Major W. C. Knight, DSO. Indian Army, 31 May 04. 

{p.s.c. Major H. A. L. Tagart, DSO. 15 Hussars, 2 July 04. 

C Major L. W. Y. Campbell, Indian Army, 1 June 04. 
Briaade Majors -! ^ a P' a i n 0. W. Crofton, North Staffordshire Regiment, 1 June 04. 

■" J "I Captain F H. Pigou, Indian Army, 1 June 04. 

(p.s.c. Major H. A. L. Tagart, DSO. 15 Hussars, 20 Feb. 05. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General. 



SECUNDERABAD COMMAND. 

9th (Secunderabad) Division. 

Lieutenant General Lt.Gen. Sir C. 0. Egerton, GCB. DSO. Ind. Army, Ootacamund, 1 June 04,, 

Assist. Military Sec. and Aide deCamp 

Aide de Camp Captain R. G. Munn, Indian Army, 1 Jane 04. 

Dep.Adjt. Gen. {with runic of Brig. Gen.) 
Assistant Quarter Master General ...... 

j ■. 4 a i-4 4n i ( Colonel "W. E. G. Forbes, CB. 23 July 02. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals \ r, , 1 -ci -**■ t> 1 -n np/i , ,- J . -vr 

(.Colonel F. M. Rundall, DSO. Indian Army, 74 Nov. 04. 

t, 4 j ■ 4 4 jj- j 4 a i I Captain R. de L. Faunce, Indian Army, 20 Oct. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals .. \ K ,-,,„,„• r w i\/r xt„ • \r- 1,11 o ■_. * n 

r 9 ■' (p.s.c. Captain E. W. M. None, Middlesex Regiment, 1 Dec. 04. 

Assf .Commandant, Mounted Inf. Schools Captain G. N. B. Forster, Royal Warwick Regiment. 
Colonel on the Staff", Royal Artillery ) 

{with rank of Brigadier General) ) 

Vep. Assist. Adj. General R. Artillery 

Deputy Judge Advocate General ... Lt. p olonel R. C. Onslow, Indian Army, 6 Jan. 90, 

Chief Engineer, Military Works Colonel E. Blunt, ( Jan. 99. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel H. R. Whitehead, Royal Army Medical Corpp. 

Personal Assf. to Principal Med. Officer 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Lieut. O. A. Geoghegan, South Staffordshire Regiment, 14 July 04. 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer 

T>„~~„;f;„„ «■/„#• nfl?„«„ /Capiain N. M. C. Stevens, Indian Army. 

Recruiting Staff Officers | Captain A. R. Nethersole, 14 Dec. 04. 

Brigade Staff. 

(Major General J. E. Nixon, CB. Indian Army, 1 May C3. Bangalore. 
Colonel R. I. Scallon, CB. CIE.DSO. Indian Army, 14 Dec. 04. Bangalore, 
Jolonel F. H. Kelly. Madras. 
Colonel E. O. F. Hamilton, CB. {with rank of Brigadier General), 26 Nov. 03, 
Secunderabad. 
Colonel G. F. Francis, (irsCA rank of Brigadier General), 18 Oct. 04. 
Secunderabad. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ... / ^ cr ,9' ?' *°?4 ^°- V - t iL E ? & i neer ^' ' June gt- 
' * J (Major G. R. de H. Smith, Indian Army, 30 Nov. 03. 

, Captain S. M. Rice, Indian Army. 1 June 04. 

! p.s.c. Major T. E. Fowle, Bedfordshire Regiment, 1 June 04,. 
Captain W. N. Pike, East Yorkshire Regiment,, 1 June 04. 
Major F. Batten, Indian Army. 
Major C. E. Hendley, Indian Army. 
' Major J. R. Mathewes, Indian Army. 



BURMA COMMAND. 



Lt. General (1st Class Dist. Comdr.).. D. J. S. McLeod, CB. DSO. Indian Army, 7 May 03. Maymyo, 

Aide de Camp Captain G. N. L. Labertouche, Indian Army, 26 Mar. 03. 

Inspector of Army Signalling 

Assistant Adjutant Generals ig^SS l^kS^S^^SSSS^SS^ J" °" 

Assistant Judge Advocate General Major A. J. Caruana, Indian Army, n Jan.. 05^ 



Staff Abroad. 112 

Brigade Staff. 

("Colonel F. H. Plowden, CB. (with rank of Brigadier General), 23 July 02. 
Brigade Commanders ... - Mandalay. 

^Colonel E. E. M. Lawford, Indian Army, 9 Aug. 02. Rangoon. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Captain E. W. Grimshaw, Indian Army, 4 Dec. 01. 
7? Vt a tit ■ J Captain C. H. D. Lyon-Campbell, Royal Fusiliers, 1 June 04. 

angaae majors ^ Major F _ Q M RowleVj Middlesex Regiment, 8 Nov. 04. 



WESTERN COMMAND. 

■Commanding the Forces Lt.General Sir A. Hunter, KCB. DSO. Poona. 

Assist. Mil. Sec. and Aide de Camp p.s.c.Bt. Lt Colonel A. W. Money, Royal Artillery, 26 Jan. 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. S. Lord Montgomerie, 2 Life Guards, 12 Nov. 04. 

Deputy Adjutant General 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel F. W. BromSeld. 

-Assistant Adjutant Generals i?, ] 0ne ] J T 4? l eU " Ind £g ^ r ^'' ' ?ept. "*• n , 

^Colonel J. C. bwann, CB. Indian Army, 17 Oct. 04. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Genera! ... Captain P. L. Grove, Cheshire Reginent. 1 Sept. 04. 
Colonel on the Staff, Boyal Artillery 1 „ , , „ , „ , , ,, , „ „ . .. „ ,, ,. ,, 

(with rank of Brigadier General) .. \ ColoDel F - A - Bowles [with rank of Brigadier General), 16 May 04. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for R. Artillery Captain W. A. Short, Royal Artillery, 22 May 00. 
Chief Engineer, Military Works ...... Colonel E. Glennie. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Coptain G C. Kenp, Roya 1 Engineers. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General W. L. Gubbins, MB. MVO. 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Captain H. K. Umfreville. Royal West Surrey Regiment, 15 Apr. 04. 

Deputy Judge Advocate General Major R. F. H. Anderson, Indian Army 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer LtiColonel K. Lees, Army Vety. Department. 

Inspector of Army Signalling Captain R. C. Dundas, Royal Scots, 25 Aug. 02. 

Commandant Mounted Infantry School p.s.c. Major T. P. England, Royal Fusiliers. 12 Oct. 05. 
Assist. Comndt. Mtd. Infantry School.. Captain B. P. R. Holbrooke, Indian Army. 
Recruiting Statf Officer Captain A. S. Garratt, Indian Army. 



DIVISIONAL AND BRIGADE STAFF. 

4th (Quetta) Division. 

■Commandir p.s.c. Major General H. L. Smith-Dorrien, CB. DSO. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Cclonel J. C. Young, 18 Apr. 03. 

■„ . , - , I Colonel R. M. Greeneld, Indian Army (with rank of Brigadier Gen. 

Brigade Commander < , r~ . 

9 ^ 3 June 00. Kurrachee. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Captain J. O'B. Minoeue, West Yorkshire Regiment, 27 Nov. 01. 
Brigade Major Captain H. C.Johnstone. 

5th (Mhow) Division. 

Commander UUC Major General Sir O'M. Creagh, KCB. Indian Army, 16 Mar. 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. G. Elliot, Devonshire Regiment, 9 May 04. 

... . ... . . r, , I Lt.Golonel H. J. J. Middleton, Indian Army, 1 May 05. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals j Lt.Colonel H. H. H. Aspmall, Indian Army, 14 Apr. 04. 

/ p.s.c. Colonel J. H. S. Craigie (with rank of Brigadier General), 19 Feb. 01. 
-,,.,«. frusseernbad. 

Brigade Commanders 1 Lt.Colonel F. S. Garrett, CB. DSO. 1 May 05. Jhansi. 

\ Major Gen. L. Dening, CIS. DSO. Indian Army, 31 July 02. Jubbulpore. 

( Major F. L. Vincent, Indian Army, 12 Nov. 02. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. ..i Major C. M. Cartwright, Indian Army, 31 May 04. 

^Captain J. A. Wilson, Indian Army, 15 Apr. 01. 

f p.s.c. Major A. W. Abercromb'e, Connaught Rangers, t June 04. 
Brigade Majors -f Captain R. M. Ovens, South Staffordshire Regiment, 1 June 04. 

I^MajorH. J.Stephen, West Yorkshire Regiment, 19 Jan. 05. 



6th (P.ona) Division. 

Commander Major General G. L. R. Richardson, CB.CSI.CIE. Indian Army, 23 Jan. 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. F. Gordon, Indian Army, 12 Feb. 04. 

. ., . ... , . ,, , ( Lt.Colonel C. F. Stevens Indian Armv, 19 Dec. 01. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals | Colonel H. S. Fitzgerald, CB. 29 F. b. 04. 

, j p.s.c. Major General A. G. reagh, CB. R Art. 18 Oct. 00. Bombay. 

Brigade Commanders \p.s.e. Major General H. E. Penton, Indian Army, 9 June 00. Ahmednagar. 

/"Major G. S. Broome, Indian Army, 22 July 00.. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ...\ Major C. K. Baynes, Indian Army, 31 Mar. 03. 

\_Captain G. R. M. Church, Royal Artillery, 12 Oct. 03. 

("Captain W. de L. Williams, DSO. Hampshire Regiment, 1 June 04. 

Brigade Majors 1 Captain H. C. Johnstone, Somersetshire Light Infantry, 1 June. 04. 

V Major C. O. O. Tanner, Indian Army, 1 June 04. 

Aden Brigade. 

Commander Major Gen. H. M. Ma-on, Indian Army (Political Resident , Aden), 22 Jan. 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. B.C. Fellows, Indian Army, 8 Aug. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Major A. L. Pilleau, Indian Army, 29 Aug. 04. 

Brigade M\jor '. Major 0. E. R. Harvey, Royal Irish Rifles, 1 June 04. 



i [3 Staff' Abroad. 

CEYLON. 

Governor and Commander in Chief i St , ^""- * Kea ^ A Blake, OOafff. Knight of Justice of St. 

J ( John of Jerusalem, Colombo. 

Aid™ 4* Cnmr, /Captain Sir J. Keane, Bt. Roval Artillery, 3 Dec. 03. 

Ataes ae vamp \ Captain H. R. Phipps, R. Artillery, 17 Nov.o S . 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel R. C. B. uawrence. 

Aide de Camp 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.e.s. Bt. Major H. R. dimming, Durham Lt. Infnty. 1 May 05. 

Deputy Assistant Adj. if Quarter Master General Bt. Major C. B Ballard, Norfolk Regiment. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Bt.Colonel W. E. L. Balfour. 

Commanding Royal Engineer LtColonel F. D. F. MacCarthy. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major A. H. Terry. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel F. J. Angell, Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel G. H. Sylvester, R.A.M.C. 



SOUTH CHINA. 

Major General Col'nel V. Hatton, CB. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. S. Ward, Grenadier Guards. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major A. A. Chichester, DSO. Dorset Regiment, 19 May 03. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major R. J. Ross, Middlesex Regiment. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel F. E. Kent, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engi»eer(Colonel on the Staff) Colonel C. H. Darling, 2 Nov. 04. 

Chief Ordnance Otficer Lt.Colonel F. W. McT. Bunny, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel F. U. Haynes, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer 

1 Army Service Corps Major W. A. F. Williamson, Army Service Corps. 



HONG KONG. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major Sir M. Nathar. KCMG. Royal Engineers. Victoria Town. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. Arbuthnot-Leslie, Scots Guards. 

WEI-HAI-WEI. 

Commissioner J. H. S. Lockhart, Esq., CMB. 

FORCE IN CHINA. 

Commanding the Force p.s.c. Major General F. Ventris. Tientsin. 

Aide <le Camp Lieut. K. B. Ferguson, Royal Artillery, 29 Jan. 04. 

Chief Staff Officer (graded as Col. on the Staff)... 

Dep. Assist. A'jt. Generil Captain E. H. E Daniell, DSO. Royal Irish Regiment. 

Dep. Assist Qr. Mr. General 

Do. for Intelligence Bt .Lt.Colonel A. W. S. Wifgate, Indian Army. 

Provost Marshal Captain E. L. Swifie. Indian Army. 

Chief Commissariat and Transport Officer Captain W. St. C. Murscroft. 

Director of Railways (irith rank of Lt.Colonel)... 
Dep. Director of Railways (zvith rank of Lt. Col.) 

Senior Ordnance Officer.. Captain A. P Douglas, Royal Artillery. 

Railway Staff Officers 

Railway Police Officers \ 

Staff Captain Captain F. G. Turner, Royal Engineers. 

District Paymaster Captain N. G. Thompson, Army Pay Department. Wei-hai- Wei. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel M. L. Hearne. R.A.M.C. 

Senior Veterinary Officer 

Senior Ordnance Officer 



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STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

(Including Prince of Wales' Island, Malacca, Singapore, and Christmas Island.) 

Gcvrnor and Commander in Chief, and High~) 

Commissioner for the Protected States in the >Sir J. Anderson, KCMG. Singapore. 

Malay Peninsula ) 

Aide de Camp Captain H. H. F. Stockley, Royal Marines, 24 Mar. 04. 

Major General Major General T. K. Jones, CVO. CB. 3 Nov. 05. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Bt.Major H. J. Everett, Somerset Light Inf. 8 Jan. 03. 

Garrison Adjutant Liout. E. N. Buchan, DSO. Manchester Regc. 12 Sept. 04. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel G. Wright, DSO. Royal Garrison Art. Singapore 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel A. R. M. Sankey Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Office Major C. J. Blunt, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Lt.Colonel E. L. R. Ttackwell, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonil H. H. Johnston, CB. MD. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major F. M. Wilson, Army Service Corps. 

LABLLAN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. E. W. Birch, Esq. CMG. 

I 



Staff Abroad. "4-5 



AUSTRALASIAN COMMONWEALTH, 

Governor General and Commander in Chief Lord H. S. Northcote, GCIE. GCMG. CB. Melbourne. 

Military Secretary 

/'Captain Son. C. B P. Greville, 7 Hussars. 
... , _ 1 Captain J. A. 8. Balraain, 15 Hussars. 

Aides de Camp 1 Captain G. E. B. Stephens, Rifle Brigade (extra). 

C Captain B. A. T Kerr-Pearse. 7 Batt. Rifle Brigade, 19 Sept. 05, 

New South Wales. 

Qooernor Vice-Admiral Sir H. H. Rawson, KCB. Sydney. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. O. Wilson, DSO. h.p. Royal Marines. 

Victoria. 

Governor Major General Hon. Sir R. A. J. Talbot, KCB. Melbourne. 

... ' _ I Lieut. K. G. Buchanan, Seatbrth Highlanders. 

Aides de Camp 1 Captain J. h. Buxtm, Rifle Brigade, 8 Nov. 04. 

South Australia. 

Governor Sir U. R Le Hunte, KCMG. Adelaide. 

Aide de Camp Lt. Hon. R. N. D. Ryder, 3 Hussars, 12 May 05. 

Western Australia. 

Governor Admiral Sir F. G. D. Bedford GCB. Perth. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. P. P. Sketchley, h.p. Royal Marines, 17 June 05. 

Queensland. 

Governor P. J. N. Lord Chelmsford. Brisbane. 

Aide de Camp 

Tasmania. 

'J over nor and Commander in Chief Sir G. Strickland, KCMG. Hobart. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. McC. Griffin, Royal Artillery, 21 Sept. 04. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Bt.Hon. W. L. Lord Plunket. KCVO. Wellington. 

... . n < Captain F. P. Brail hwaite, Northumberland Fusiliers, 5 May 04. 

Ataes ae Lamp j Ueut. /Jgn ^ A M R Bingham, 5 Lancers, 22 July 04. 

FIJI ISLANDS. 
Governor and Commander in Chief, and High 1 p lm Th _ CJ? CMg Suc ^ 

Commissioner for theWestern Pacific ) ' ■ 

Aide de Camp Lieut. T. A. Montgomery, Gloucester Regiment, 23 Oct. 04. 

BRITISH NEW GUINEA. 

Lieutenant Governor P. R. Barton, Esq. CMG. late Captain, West Indian Regiment. 1 - 

AMERICA. 

CANADA. 
Comprising all thb Provinces within and adjacent thereto. 

Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The St. Hon. Karl Grey, GCMG. Ottawa. 

Military Secretary Colonel J. H anbury Williams, CVO. CMG. 

Aides de Camv i Captain D. O. C. Newton, Middlesex Regiment, 1 Dec. 04. 

p 1 Captain G. F. Trotter, DSO. Grenadier Guards, 1 Dec. 04 (extra) 

Major General /Col. Sir C. S. B Parsons, KCMG. 10 Apr. oz (with temp, rank of 

J \ Major General). Halifax. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp 

Aide de Camp 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Major H. M. Biddnlph, Rifle Brigade. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Captain D. S. Maclnnes, DSO. Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Segal Artillery 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Lt.Col. F. G. Bowles, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major J. C. L. Black, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major C. D. R. Watt-, Ordnance Department. 

district Paymaster Lt.Colonel W. C. Minchin, Army Pay Department,. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel H. W. Murray, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir W. MacGregor, MD. KCMG. CB. St. John's. 

Aide de Camp 

BARBADOES. &c. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir G. T. Carter, KCMG. Bridgetown. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Stajf (with rank of Brig. General)... 

Deputy i**'*tant Adjutant General 

Commanding "Royal Artillery Major A. G. Norris, Royal Artillery. 81. Lucia. 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Bt. Colonel E. J. G. Boyce, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Captain P. O. Ha.zelton, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnanae Officer Captain J. G. Austin, Royal Artillery. 

Disti id "Paymaster Major A. G. Inglis, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel H. 0, Kirkpatrick, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps, 



u 6-iQ Staff Abroad. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir C. C. Knollys KCMG. St. Joint. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonial Lt. G. O. Nugent, Antigua Defence Force. 



BAHAMAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir W. Greg- Wilson, KCMG. Nassau. 

Aide de Camp 



WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Robert Baxter Llewelyn, KCMG. St. George, Grenada. 

St. Lucia. — Administering the Government Sir G. Melville, KCMG. Castries 

Garrison Adjutant Captain R. P. Molesworth, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Captain C. V. Isaacke, Army Pay Department. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir F. M. Hodgson, KCMG. George Tovn. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonial Aide de Camp 



HONDURAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir E. B. Sweet-Escott, KCMG. Belize. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. W. Peebles, Reserve of Officers. 



JAMAICA. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief. Sir J. A. Swettenham, KCMG. Kingston. 

Aided- Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel J. E. W. S. Caulfleld. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Bt.Cnlonel J. S. Talbot. 

Dep. Assist. Adjutant Sr Qr. Mstr. Gen Bt.Colonel J. S. Talbot, i Nov. 05. 

Garrison Adjutant Lieut. C. W. Hill, West India Regiment. 

Commanding Soya! Artillery Major H. C. St. G. Molesworth. Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Soya! Engineer Lt. Colonel D. A. Mills, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major E. C. F. Gillespie, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain R. S. Hamilton, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Captain F. M. Watkins. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt. Colonel P. H. Johnston, MD. CMG. Royal Army Med. Corps. 



TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir H. M. Jackson, KCMG. Port of Spam. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. W. G. M. Sarel, Northumberland Fusiliers, 17 Aug. 04. 



TURKS AND CA.ICOS ISLANDS. 
Commissioner E. J. Cameron, Esq. Grand Turk. 

BERMUDA. 

„ , .-, . . „.. , (p.s.c. Lieut. General Sir R. MacG. Stewart, KCB. 20 Apr. 04. 

Governor and Commander in Chief -{ r rr m n* on 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Major T. A. H. Bigge, Royal Engineers, 26 July 02. 

Aidede Camp Captain L. C. Soltau-Symons, R. Warwickshire Regt. 8 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major H. S. Sloman, DSO. East Surrey Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel S. Frowen. 

Garrwon Adjutant 

Commanding Soyal Artillery Lt.Colonel M. W. P. Block, Royal Artillery. 81. George's. 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Lt.Colonei C. E. Commelme, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major A. P. Welman. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel E. D. Caird, Army Oldnance Department. 

District Paymaster , Major A. Haynes, Army Pay Department 

Senior Medical Officer Colonel W. J. R. Rainsibrd,' C/-E. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



FALKLAND ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chiej W. L. Allardyce, Esq. CMG. Stanley. 

I 

COLONY OF SEYCHELLES. 

Governor and Commander in Chief , W. E. Davidson, Esq. CMG. Make. 



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EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 



Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 



Governor and Commandant. — p.s. e. Colonel G. C. Kitson, 

CMG.i 7 Sept. 02. 
Second in Command. — p.s.c. Lt.Colonel J. E. Caunter, 

Lancashire Fusiliers, 6 Oct. 02. 
Adjutant. — Bt.Major H. S. L. Ravenshaw, Devon Regt. 
Quarter Master.— Qr. Master J. C. Duff, Rifle Brigade; 

Son. Lieut, i Feb. 03. 
Riding Master. — A. VV. Waite, 17 Sept. 02 ; Hon. Major. 
Surgeon. — Major J. Maher, ?6 Aug. 04. 
Assist. Surg. — Lt.ColonelJ.Tidbury, MD.T.p. 1 Sept. 82. 
Chaplain.— Bev. R. B. P. Wells, MA. 

Commanders of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Major G. H. Nicholson, Hampshire Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
p.s.c. Major L. R. Carlefn. DSO. Essex Regt. 
Captain M. D. Graham, Northampton Regt. 30 Mar. 03. 
Captain R. F. Pearson., East Kent Regiment. 
p.s.c. Major CJ. Ross, DSO. Norfolk Regiment. 
p.s.c. Ciipiain L. .j. Bols, DSO. Devon Regt. 

Officer* of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Major A. <'. Lovett, Gloucester Regiment, 28 Jan. 03. 
Capt, F. W. Foley, DSO. R. Berkshire R»gt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain H. 0.Pilleau,Zi<S'O. R.W.Surrey Regt. ?8 Jan.03. 
Captain R. E. H. James, N. Lancashire Regt. 28 Jan.03. 
Captain W. E. M. Tyndall. DSO. West Riding Regt. 

28 Jan. 03. 
Captain A. H. Leggett, DSO. R. Scots Fus. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain C. S. H. Waymouth, Dorset Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain G. S. H. Browne, Suffolk Regiment, 31 Jan. 03. 



Captain B. St. J. W. Hastings, Liverpool Regiment 

16 Feb. 03. 
Captain R. A. Gray, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 17 Feb. 03. 
Captain C. H. Harington, DSO. Liverpool Regiment, 

iS Feb. 03. 
Major C. K. Burnett, 18 Hussars, 27 Apr. 03. 
Captain E. G. Williams, Devon Regt. 27 Apr. 03. 
Captain H. J. Pack-Beresford, Highland Lt. Infantry. 
Captain A. E. St. V. Pollard, Border Regt. 16 Sept. 03. 
Captain J. Brough, Royal Marine Artillery, 26 Oct. 03. 
Captain L. Brandreth. Royal Fusiliers, 9 Nov. 03. 
Captain A. L. Trevor- Boothe, 4 Hussars, 10 Nov. 03. 
Br. Major M. H. Tomlin, Yorkshire Regt. 19 Feb. 04. 
Captain R. O. H. Livesay, DSO. Royal West Surrey 

Regiment, : Aug. 04. 
p.s.c. Captain C. Bonham-Carter.E. War. Regt.28 Jan.02.. 
Captain J. T. L. Bosanquet, Border Regt. 1 Feb. 05. 
Capt. Hon. A. H. Maitland, Cam'n. Highrs. 25 Feb. 05. 
Capt. H. B. F. Baker-Carr.Arg. & Suthl'd. Highlanders, 

27 Feb. 05. 
Capt. C. L. Porter, East Kent Regt. ? Sept. 05. 
Capt. R. C. Trousdale, DSO. S. Lanes. Regt. 18 Sept 05 
Capt. E. A. Macleod, W. Rid. Regt. 27 Oct. 05. 
Capt. C. G. Pack-Beresford, R. W. Kent R. 7 Nov. 05. 

MlLITABT PfiOFBSSOBS AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Professor of French. — Mons. E. Ruf. 
Instructor in Ferae*.— Mons. A. F. Damient. 
Professor of German.— Kerr F. G. Zimmermann, MA. 
Instructor in Hindustani.— Major F. R. H. Chapman, 
Reserve {temp.). 18 Sept. 02. 



Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. 



Governor and Commandant {.with rank of Major General). — 

p.s.c. Colonel H. V. Cowan CVO. n Sept. 04. 
Assistant Commandant and Secretary. 
Adjutant. — Capt. W. Ellershaw, R.A. 30 Nov. 00. 

Assistant Adjutant. — Captain J. G. Dooner, Royal Art. 
12 Sent. 05. 

Surgeon. — Capt. T. H. J. C. Goodwin, DSO. 24 Dec. 02. 

Chaplain. — Bev. A. R. Hoare, BA. 

Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics. — W. Foord- 
Kelcey, BA. 15 July 03 (27 Apr. 86). 

Instructors of Mathematics. — C. S. Jackson,3iT4.i4 Mar. 

98 (17 Mar. 91); R. M. Milne, MA. 19 Mar. 00 ; S.de J. 

Lenlestey, MA. ; W. M. Roberts, BA. 29 Aug. 04. 
Chief Instructor of Engineering <f* Geometrical Drawing. 

Captain G. Walker, R. Engineers. 

Chief Instructor of Artillery . 
Lt. Colonel E. G. Nicolls, Royal Artillery, 15 Jan. 03. 

Chief Instructor of Military Topography. 
p.s.c. Major J.H.V. Crowe, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 04. 

Chief Instructor of Tactics and Military History.— 
p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel A. Paris, Royal Marine Artillery 

9 Mar. 04. 
Chief Instructor of 'Experimental Science. — Captain 

R. S. Walker, Royal Engineers. 



Commanders of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Captain A. M. Smith, Royal Artillery, 25 Jan. 03. 
Captain J. H. Massie, DSO. Royal Art. 1 Jan. 04. 
Captain O. C. Du Port, Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 05- 

Officers of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets. 

Class A. 
Captain C. W. Singer, Roya'. Engineers, 12 Sept. 04. 
Captain P. E. Lewis, Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 04. 
Captain J. J. H. Nation, Royal Engineers. 12 sept. 04. 
Lieut C. S. A. Akerman, R. Engineers, 12 Sept. 04. 
Captain G. H. Addison, Royal Engineers. 12 Sept. 04. 
Capiain C. R. Johnson, DSO. Royal Eng. 12 Sept. 05. 

Class B. 
Lieut. J. McQ. Sealy, Royal Artillery, 12 Sent. 04. 
Lieut. S. H. Cowan, Royal Engineers, 3 Nov. 04. 
Lieut. T. G. Anderson, Royal Artillery. , 

Captain Lord A. H. Browne, R. Munster Fus 17 Mar..o 5 . 
Captain M. R. Walsh, Wore. Regiment, 13 Sept. 05. 
Captain H. E. Carey. Royal Artillery, 13 Sept. 05. 
Lieut. F. H. L.Oldham. Royal Artillery, 5 Oct. 05 
Lieut. A. C. L. Theobald, Royal Artillery, >° Nov 
Instructor in Practical Chemistry— J. Young, Esq. 

25 Sept. 89. 
Lecturer on Chemistry.-C. R. Darling, Esq., 6 Sept. 00. 
Professor of French— Mons. Albert Barrere, 5 May 00 

(25 Sept. 79). 
Professor of German.— 
Instructor in Workshops.- E. Ortner, 1 Jan. 99. 



Governor and Commandant . 



Staff College, Sandhurst. 

p.s.c. Colonel Sir H. S. Rawlinson, Bart. CB. 5 Dec. 03 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals 



Staff Captain 



».c. Lient.Col. R. C. B. Haking, Hampshire Regiment, 30 Apr. 02. 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. De la P. Gough, 16 Lancers. 
p.sc. Lt.CoL nel L. E. Kiggell. n Jan. 04. 
p.s.c. Col. T. Capper, DSO. B. Lancashire Regt 23 Dec. 02. 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel 5. <i. Aston, CB. Royal Marines, 8 Aug.04. 
Bt.Lt.Colonel J. P. Du Cane, Royal Artillery. 30 Apr. 05. 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel L. A. M. Stopford, 2 Sept. 05. 



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Educational Establishments. 



Cavalry School. 

Commandant.— p.s.e. Coloie! Son. J. E. Lindley, 27 May 05. 

Instructors — Major Lord C. C. Bentinck, 9 Lancers, 1 May 04. 
Mijor H. Dibble, Riding Master, 7 Hussars, 6 July 04. 

Adjutant and Quarter Mastei — Captain P. J. Bailey, DSO. 12 Lancers, 14 Aug. 05. 

Riding Establishment. — Canterbury. 

Major. — Major F. H. Eadon, 21 Lancers, 13 Feb. 02. 

Hiding Master. — George Matthews, 13 Nov. 95 (8 Feb. 82) ; Hon. Major, 13 Nov. 95. 



School of Gunnery 



Commandant 4- Superintendent, -p.fc. p.a.c.GoXonel J. R. 

J. Jocelyn (Shoeburyness), 17 Apr. 05. 
Chief Instructor*. 
Lt.Colone'i (temp. Col, net) S. B. Inglefield, Roy. Art. 

15 Feb. 04 (Comdt. Lydd Camp). 



Lt.Colonel R. M. B. F. Kelly, DSO. 27 Apr. 04. 

Staff Captain.— W. E. Manley, Royal Artillery (Shoe- 
buryness), 14 Aug. 05. 



Captain C. C. Noott (Lydd Camp), 1 Apr. 02. 

Captain A. J. Peile, 10 Feb. 03. 

Captain H. C. Moultrie, 27 Mar. 03. 

Major L. E. B. Dykes, 16 May 04. 

Captain A. C. H. Dean, Royal Artillery, 27 July 05. 



Instructors in Gunnery. 

I Captain J. B. Mackenzie, Royal Artillery, 27 July 05. 

Captain L. B. S. Christie, Royal Artillery. 
I Adjutant. — Captain E. G. Way mouth, 1 Jan. 04. 

Quarter Master.— '!. H. Wright. 3 Jan. 03 ; Hon. Lieut. 



Commandant for Morse and Field Artillery.— Colonel W. E. Blewitt, CM G. from Roy. Art. 5 Mar. 04. 
("Major J. G. Geddes, Royal Artillery, 2 Dec. 01. 

Instructors in Gunnery} ^. ie ! lt - °- S 00 "^." ^ 81 Art " Ier V. » Apr. 04. 

"j Maior G. H. W. Nicholson, Royal Artillery, 28 Sept. 04. 
(.Major C. E. D. Budworth, MVO. Royal Artillery, 1 Oct. 04. 



Ordnance College. 



Commandant. — p.a.c. Colonel A. P. Penton, 28 Apr 04. 

Adjutant. — Captain E. N. Tandy, 27 Oct. 04. 

Chief Instructor of Artillery. — p.a.c. Major C. E. 

Phipps, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 04. 
Chief Instructor in Sange Finding. — Major E. F. Hoblyn, 

Royal Artillery. 
Instructors. — p a.c. Captain E. Davidson, 1 Apr. 03 ; 

p.a.c. Captain A. B. H. Clerke, Royal Artillery; 

p.a.c. Captain C. H. Liyeing, Royal Artillery; Capt. 

D. Paul, Army Ordnance Department, 17 June 04. 



Professor of Applied Mathematics. — A. G. Greenhill, MA. 

1 Apr. 76. 
Professor of Chemistry— W. R. E. Hodgkinson, Ph.D. 

1 Apr. 00. 
Professor of Electricity. — H. T. Davidge, 1 May 03. 
Lecturer on Metallurgy. — H. Bauerman, FGS. 11 July 80. 
Lecturer on Armour Plates. — 
Lecturer on Machinery. — 



School of Military Engineering. 

[For Instructing the Corps in Military Field Works, at Chatham.) 



Commandant.— Col. H. W. Smith Rewse, CVO. 

Brigade Major and Secretary. — Major A. L. Schreiber, 
DSO. Roval Engineers, 1 Oct. 03. 

Instructor in Construction and Estimating. — Major E. M. 
Paul, 7 Sept. 04. 

Assistant Instructors do. — Captain S. G. Faber, 
3 Dec. 00; Captain E. E B. Wilson, DSO. 5 Jan. 03. 

Instructor in Surveying. — Major E. P. Brooker, Royal 
Engineers, 16 May 05. 

Assistant Instructors in Surveying. — Lieut. G. F. Evans, 
1 Oct. 04 ; Lieut. J. N. F. King, Roy. Eng. 14 Sept. 05. 

Instructor in Fortification. — p.s.e. Lt.Col. G. M. Heath, 
DSO. it June 02. 



Assist. Instructors in Fortification. — Capt. R. L. Waller, 
24 Apr. 04 ; Lieut. A. H. du Boulay, Royal Eng. 
5 Oct. 05. 

Assistant Instructor for Charge of Workshops. — Major 

J. N. C. Kennedy, 1 Feb. 01. 
Instructor in Electricity. — Major F. Baylay, 30 Jan. 01. 

Assist. Instructor in Electricity. — Lieut. A. E. Davidson, 
Royal Engineers, 9 Feb. 05. 

Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, Photography , Sfc. — 
Lieut. F. V. Thompson, Royal Engineers, 17 Apr. 04. 

Instructor in Tactics. — Lt.Col. A. W. Roper, 2 Nov. 02. 

Quarter Master.— Hon. Major G. Taylor, R.Eng. sFeb.o2 



Schools of Submarine Mining. 



Chief Instructors. 
Major C. B. Collins, 1 Feb. 01. — Portsmouth. 
Captain St. G. R. S. Caulfield, Royal Eng. 10 Apr. 05. 
Plymouth. 

Instructor.— Captain W. L. Palmer, 1 Apr. 01 



Assistant Instructors. 
Captain J. R. Garwood, 15 Jan. 01. — Portsmouth. 
Captain F. W. Robertson, 24 June 02. — Plymouth. 



-Sheerness. 



Education al Esta blishments. 



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School of Musketry at Hythe. 

Commandant.— p. s.c. Colonel C. C. Monro, 28 Mar. 03. 

Chief Instructor and Staff Officer.— Major N. R. McMahon, DSO. Roy. Fusiliers (with rank of Lt. Col.). 9 June 05. 

Experimental Officer.— Captain H. P. De la Bere, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 17 Sept. 04. 

. /Captain C. E. Etches, Warwick Regiment. 

Instructors \ Captain F. E. C. B. Chichester, Royal Marines, 28 Dec. 04. 

( Captain F. W. Festmg, Northumberland Fusiliers, 1 Apr. 05. 
. . . ' T . . ) Captain C. D'A. B. S. Baker-Carr, Rifle Brigade. 
Assistant Instructors I j^ G j p Geigerj Welsh Fusi li e rs. 

( Lieut. R. W. Bradley, DSO. South Wales Borderers. 
Quarter Master and Acting Adjutant.— Frank Bourne,' 1 May 93 ; Hon. Major, 1 May 03. 
Surgeon. — Lt.Colonel W. M. James, retired pay, 26 May 98. 
1 Capt. Bourne served in the Kafir war in 1877-78 and took part in the operations against the Galekas ; also in 
the Zulu war in 1879 including the defence of Rorke's Drift (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Medal 
for Distinguished Conduct in the Field). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 (Medal with Clasp). 



School of Signalling. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Signalling.— Lt.Col. S. E. O'Leary, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 9 Oct. 02. Aldershot. 
Assistants to do. — Captain G. R. Gem, Royal Sussex Regiment, 13 Jan. 04. Aldershot. 
Lieut. U. C. Mordaunt, Somerset Light Infantry, 1 May 05. 



Medical Staff College. 

Commandant and Director of Studies. — Lt.Colonel H. E. R. James {temp. Colonel), 4 Aug. 02. 



Profbssors. 
Clinical and Military Surgery. — Major C.G. Spencer, MB. 

Royal Army Medical Corps, 1 Aug. 05. 
Clinical and Military Medicine. — Lt.Colonel K.M'Leod, 

MD., late Bengal Estab. {with rank of Colonel), 1 

Aug. 97. Netley. 
Military Hygiene. — Lt.Colonel R. H. Firth, 29 Sept. 00. 
Pathology . — Major W. B. Leishman, MB. 1 Feb. 03. 



Tropical Medicine — Lt.C'nonel R. Simpson, CMG. 
MB. Royal Army Medical Corps, 22 Aug. 05. 

Assistant Professors. 
Military Hygiene. — Captain C. E. P. Fowler, 29 July 03. 
Pathology. — Captain D. Harvey, MB. 1 Feb. 03. 
Secretary (with rank of Major). — 



Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. 

Commandant. — Colonel F. O. B. Foote (from h.p. Royal Artillery), 10 Dec. 00. 

Quarter Master and Adjutant. — J. Bett, Hon. Capt. 24 Oct. or. 

Director of Music. — Arthur J. Stretton, MVO. 25 Mar. 96 ; Qr. Mr. 4" Hon. Lieut. 



Army Service Corps School of Instruction.— (A Mershot). 

Chief Instructor— p.s.c. Major E. E. Carter, CMG. MVO. Army Service Corps, 1 Jar.. 05 (1 Apr. 05). 
Instructor — Captain R. O. Burne, Army Service Corps, 1 Apr. 05 (1 Oct. 03). 
Aiuittamt Inttruetor. — Captain H. C. F. Cumberlege, Army Service Corps, 1 Apr. 05. 



Gymnasia. 

Inspector of Gymnasia. — Colonel S. P. Rolt, t Sept. 05. 
Aetistant Inspector of Gymnasia.— Major R. L'E. McKerrall, Arg. & Sutherland Highlanders, 2 Sept. 03. 

Superintendents of Gymnasia. 

Lieut. J. R. Simson, Highland Light Infantry, Aldershot Army Corps, 23 Apr. 04. 

Major C. R. Moore, Berks Regiment, Eastern Command, 5 Aug. 04. 

Captain H. T. Can tan, Dnke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Irish Command, 1 Oct. 02. 

Captain E. 0. Briciloy, Lancashire Fusiliers, Irish Command, 26 Sept. 02. 

Bt. Major M. J. J. Sweetman, Worcester Regiment, Irish Command, 4 Feb. 03. 

Lieut. 0. K. Hutchison, Coldstream Guards, London District, 8 Mar. 04. 

Bt.Mfijor G. H. F. Wingate, Royal Scots, Northern Command, »6 Sept. 02. 

Major M. H. Tristram, 12 Lancers, Northern Command, S May 05 (3 May 02.) 

Lieut. J. E. Thornhill, Seaforth Highlanders, Scottish Command, 23 Feb. 05. 

Major H. R. Menzies, Royal Fusiliers, Southern Command, 3 Aug. 05. 

Captain H. B\ Warden, West Surrey Regiment, Southern Command, 26 Sept. 02. 

Captain I!.. D. Cheales, Bast Lancashire Regiment, Welsh & Midland Command, 24Apr. 03. 

Captain H. F. MacEwan, Middlesex Regiment, Gibraltar, 20 Jan. 05. 

Captain G. H, Parker, Hampshire Regiment, Malta, 30 Nov. 03. 



i 2 3 



Educational Establishments. 



The Duke of York's Royal Military School. 



Con 



missioners . 



Ex Officio. 

The Secretary of State for War, President. 

The Bishop of London. 

The Bishop of Winchester. 

The Paymaster General. 

The Under Secretaries of State for War. 

The Quarter Master General. 

The Adjutant General. 

The Governor of Chelsea Hospital. 

The Lieutenant Governor of Chelsea HosDital. 

The Chaplain General. 

The Judge Advocate General. 



Specially Appointed. 

Colonel H.R. S. The Prince 0/ Wales and Duke ofCornwall 
and York, KG. ST. KP. GCMG. GCYO. R. Fus. &c. 
p.j.c Major General J. P. Battersby, retired pay. 
General Sir F.C.A. Stephenson, GCB. Coldstream Gds. 
General SirM. Dillon, KCB. CSI. West York Regt. 
Maj. General J. W. Thomas, Cli. Hampshire Regiment. 
General Sir E. G. Buhver, KCB. Welsh Fusiliers. 
Lt.General G. Le M. Tupper, Royal Artillery. 

Commandant. — Colonel A. W. McKinietry, 28 Sept. 03. 

Quarter Master and Adjutant. — J. S. Dyke, Hon. Major, 
16 Apr. 04. 

Medical Officer. — Major J. Fayrer, MD. 

Chaplain. — Sev. G. H. Andrews, II. A. 

Head Matter — J W. Cunningham, 29 Dec. 02. 

Masters— H. Hussey ; W. L. B. White, 17 Feb. 01 ; W. 
J. Ruthven, 6 Apr. 03 ; A. W. Warren, 8 Aug. 03 ; 
W. G. Fairbrother, 26 Apr. 04. 



Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 

Commandant. — Colonel R. Wynyard, MVO. Royal 

Artillery. 
Quarter Master and Adjutant. — Benjamin Smyth, MVO. 

24 Jan. 9s (1 Dec. 80); Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 03. 
Medical Officer.— Lt. Colonel F. S' Heuston, CMG. 
Chaplains. — Rev. J. M. Hamilton, MA., Rev. J. P. 

M'Swiggan, Sev. A. D. Purefoy, M.A. 
Head Master. — W. Townley, 29 Dec. 02; Hon. Lieut. 
Master {for Pupil Teachers).— L. E. White, 1 Apr. 03. 
Masters — J. O'Kelly, 1 Jan. 00: A. J. H. M'Cleesh, 

27 Aug. 02; H. H. Wright, 14 Oct. 04. 



Army Schools. 

Inspector 0/ Army Schools, with hon. rank of Captain. 

Wal. W. Clarke 23 Jan. 04 

Henry M'Uroy 28 Feb. 04 

Fred. G. Hendley 28 Dec. 04 

Chas. Lincoln 2 June 95 

Thos. Wright 2 Sept. 95 

Inspectors of Army Schools, with hon. rank of Lieut . 

J. W. Cunningham 24 Dec. 95 

Fred. Freeman 29 Dec. 95 

Aug. Barton 18 Dec. 96 

H. C. Elliott 1 Apr. 97 

Chas. Jas. Vasey 8 July 07 

Robt. Geo. Cooke 11 Dec. 98 

Wm. Townley .28 Dec. 98 

Saml. Geo. Goater 1 Apr. 00 

John Hy. Head 27 June 00 

Wm, Walker 9 Sept.oo 

Fred. Chandler 9 Sept.oo 

Thos. Greenwood 23 Jan. 01 

Jas. H. Howell 27 June 01 

A. E. Hodgkins 30 Oct. 01 

J. Cunningham 30 July 02 

G. H.Atkinson 29 Dec. 02 

A. Gott 8 Jan. 03 

T. H. Dimick 5 Feb. 03 

J. B. Hughes 1 Apr. 05 

E. 0. Whittle 1 Apr. 03 

John W. Thomas 3 Sent.03 

W. L. Wingfield 4 Nov 03 



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ORDNANCE FACTORIES. 



Chief Superintendent Ordnance Faetoriet H. F. Donaldson, M.Intt. CE. 15 Dec. 03. 

irt Military Atiittant to Chief Superintendent Major H. B. Strange, Royal Artillery, 1 Sept. 04. 

2it<i Military Atiittant to Chief Superintendent p.t.c. Captain L. R. Kenyon, 22 Aug. 05. 

Civil Atiittant J. T. La Brooy, 16 July 00. 



Royal Arsenal, "Woolwich. 



Royal Carriage Factory. 
Superintendent, p.a.c. Major F. T. Fisher, Royal 

Artillery, 1 Nov. 01. 
Atiittant Superintendent, p.a.c. Captain (.'. R. B. Owen, 

Royal Artillery, 1 Feb. 02. 

Royal Laboratory. 
Superintendent, p.a.c. Major H. H. W. Barlow, Royal 

Artillery, 1 July 02. 
Atiittant Superintendent, Major H. J. C. Dennis, Royal 

Artillery. 1 Apr. 02. 
Second Atiittant Snperinten lent, Capt. C. J. D. Freeth, 

Royal Artillery, 14 Sept. 04. 
In charge of Danger Buildingt, Captain W. L. Brown, R. 

Art. 25 Apr. 03 ; Lieut. C. G. Sladen, Royal Art. 

Royal Gun Factory. 
Superintendent, Col. H. C. L. Holden, R. Art.: July 99. 
Atiittant Superintendent, Lieut. C. R. Acklom, R.N. 



Building Works. 
Superintendent, Colonel A. H. Bagnold, 1 Aug. 03. 
Firtt Atiittant, Major J. R. Young, Royal Engineers, 

3 Jan. 01. 
Second Atiittant, Captain N. M. Hemming, Royal Eng. 
Third At$i$tant, Quarter Master and Lieut. H. Mitchell, 

Royal Engineers, 20 Mar. 04. 
Xailway Traffic Manager, Captain R. H. Cunnington, 

1 Apr. 05. 



Medical Officer! (Royal Artenal). 
. Major J. 0. Jameson, MB., n Oct. 02. 

Major E. M. Pilcher, MB., DSO. 26 Sept. 02. 
I Lt.Colonel S. F. Lougheed. MD. CMG. 1 Aug. 03. 
Major H. N. Dunn, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps, 
17 June 04. 

I Paymaster, Hon. Lit Co'onel A. B. Williams. 



Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield. 

Superintendent, H. T. Ashtor., Etq. DSc. M.Intt. C.E. 

1 June 05. 

Atiittant do., Major J. 13. Pym, R. Marinen. 

Royal Small Arms Factory at Birmingham. 

Superintendent, Colonel F. W. J. Barker, retired pay, 
ttoyal Artillery, 1 Oct. 92. 



Royal Gunpowder Factory at 
Waltham Abbey. 

Superintendent, Major P. L. Nathan, Royal Artillery 

21 Jan. 00. 
Atiittant. Superintendent, p.a.c. Captain \V. H. W. Hope, 

Royal Artillery, 12 Apr. 04. 
In charge of Dinger Buildingt, Captain G.de S. Du lley. 

Royal Artillery, 27 Apr. 03. 



Royal Army Clothing Factory. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel C. G. Jeans | Storekeeper H. L. Kennedy. 

Medical Officer, Major W. W. O. Beveridge, MB. DSO. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Brennan Torpedo Factory. 



Contulting Engineer L. Brennan, CB. | Superintendent Capt. C. F. Rundall, R. Eng. 



Balloon Factory: 

Superintendent.— Colonel J, L. B. Templer, Reserve, 1 Apr. 07. 



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COMMITTEES. 

Ordnance Committee. 

( Under the Director General of Ordnance.) 

President Major General D. D. T. O'Callaghan, CYO. retired pay, Royal 

Artillery, 13 Feb. 05. 
Vice-President Rear Admiral It. F. O. Foote, CMG. Royal Navy, 1 July 05. 



Members. 

Captain A. H. Limpus, R.N 1 July 05 

p.s.c. Colonel B. S. Baldock, CB 14 July 03 

p.a.c. Colonel R. H. Mahon 1 Feb. 04 

Colonel H. P. Hickman 1 Feb. 04 

Lt. Colonel A. M. Stuart, Royal Engineers ... 1 Oct. 05 

p.a.c. Lt.Colonel L. T. Pease 20 Feb. 03 

Captain M. Singer, R.N 8 June 04 

Sir B. Baker, KCMG. M.Inst. CE. FRS. LLD. 
H. R. A. Mallock, Esq., FRS. 



Associate Members. 

Dr. A. Dupre, FES. (for Explosives). 
Colonel A. H. Call well {for Coast Defence). 
Colonel W. E. Blewitt, CMG. (for Field Artillery), 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel N. B. Inglefield, DSO. (for Siege 

Artillery). 
p.a.c. Lt.Colonel F. F. Minchin, R. Art. (for rifling of 

B. L. Guns). 
Major K. K. Knapp, R. Art, (for Mountain Artillery). 
A.G.Greenhill, MA,(forMathemoticsappliedto Gunnery). 



Secretary Bt. Lt.Colonel S. B. VonDonop.R. Artillery 1 Apr. 04 

Assistant Secretary Commander M. H. Cobbe, R.N 9 Nov. 04 

Specially Employed Captain P. K. Lewes, Royal Artillery 7 Feb. 03 



Army Sanitary Committee. 

President Surgeon General A. Keogh, MD. CB. (Director General, Army Med Set:), 1 Jan. 05. 



Members. 



Major T. McCulloch, 1TB. 25 Feb. 03 
Coljnel A. M. Branfoot, MB. CIE. 2 Jan. 04. 



Colonel H. Locock, CB. retired pay, 1 July go(iNov.87). 
Sir C. A. Cameron, Knt. CB. MD. g Sept. 90. 
Surgeon Colonel J. Richardson, MB. retired Indian 
Medical Service (for India), 13 July 96. 

Secretary E. T. Gann, 12 Feb. 02. 



Royal Engineer Committee. 

President Colonel F. Ratnsford Hannay. 

Ex-officio Members. 



Bt. Colonel J. L. Irvine, Royal Engineers. 

Lt.Colonel G. M. Heath, DSO nJuneo2 

p.s.c. Major F. R. F. Boileau 3 May 02 

Major F. Baylayj 30 Jan. 01 



Major E. M. Paul 6 Sept.04 

Major W. B. Brown, Royal Engineers 1 May 05 

Majer-E. P. Brooker, Royal Engineers 21 Sept.05 



Associate Members. 



Lt.Colonel J. E. Capper, CB. R. Engineers ...22 Aug. 
Major H. B. H. Wright, Royal Engineers ...12 Dec. 

Major S. H. Powell, Royal Engineers 9 Jan. 

Captain R. H. H. Boys, DSO 10 July 

Captain C. H. H. Nugent 13 Nov. 

Captain H. G. K. Wait 4 Feb. 

Captain W. J. Johnston, Royal Engineers ... 2 Apr. 

Major H. B. Jones, Royal Engineers 20 Sept. 

Major C. C. Wrigley, Army Ordnance Dept... 4 Oct. 
Secretary 



Major C. F. Close, CMG. Royal Engineers ...22 Oct. 05 

02 p.s.c. Major A. G. Dallas, DurhamL. Inf — 

04 Bt. Major C. P. Scholfield, Royal Engineers. ..28 Sept. 05 

03 MajorC. B.Collins, Royal Engineers 14 Nov. 05 

99 ; Captain T. H. Cochrane, MVO. R. Engineers 1 Apr. Q5 

01 CaptainA. H. Dumaresq, R. Engineers 1 Mar. 05 

03 ; p.s.c. CaptainA. H. Marindin, R. HighlanderS23 Oct. 05 

05 Captain H. L. Pritchard, DSO. R. Engineers — 

05 I Captain R. Walker, Roy d.1 Engineers 19 Apr. 05 

Major G. H. Harrison, 6 May 02. 



04 



"War Railway Council. 

President p.s.c. Colonel H. M. Lawson, CB. A.D.C. (with rank of Brigadier General). 

Members. 



Lt.Color.elH. A. Yorke, CB. Chief Inspecting Officer 

of Railways, Board of Trade. 
Colonel Commandant J. C. Hawkshaw, Engineer 

and Railway Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir J. W. Wolfe-Barry, KCB. Engineer 

and Railway Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir F. Harrison, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Col. J.F. S.Gooday.Eng. and Rail.Vol. Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir C. J. Owens, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 



Lt.Colonel J. C. Ingli;, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 

Lt.Colonel R. Millar, Engineer and Railway Volun- 
teer Staff Corps. 

Lt.Colonel V. W. Hill, Eng. and Rail. Vol. Staff 
Corps. 

p.s.c. Bt.Major W. Campbell, DSO. Gordon Highldrs 

p.s.c. Major G. M. Harper, DSO. Staff Captain for 
Mobilisation. 

Lt.Colonel H. Plews, Great Northern Railway.Ireland. 



Establishment and Loads Committee, Aldershot. 

President The Brigadier General in Charge of Administration, Aldershot Army Corps. 

Ex-officio Members. 



Assistant Adjutant General. 
Assistant Quarter Master General. 
Director of Transport 1st Army Corps. 
Chief Ordnance Officer. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, or Deputy Assist 
Quarter Master General of a Division. 

( Assist. Director Military Training, Army Head Quarters. 
Associate Members \ Deputy Assist. Director of Equipment & Ord. Stores (Mobilisation Equipment). 

(.Deputy Assist.. Director of Equipment & Ord. Stores (Patterns of Stores). 
Secretary Dep. Assist. Qr. Mr. Gen. ibt Army Corps (Mobilisation and Intelligence). 



Brigade Major rst Cavalry Brigade. 

Staff Officer to General Officer Commanding Royal 

Artillery. 
Officer Comdg. Troops and Companies, R. Engineers. 
Officer Comdg. Depot Ro3'al Army Medical Corps. 



Miscellaneous Establishments. 



126 



MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. 



Remount Establishment. 



Inspector General.— p.s.c. Major General F. W. Benson, 

CB. 18 July 03. Head Quarters. 
Deputy Inspector General for Remounts. — Colonel 

TJ. G. C. de Burgh, CB. 17 Nov. 02. 
Staff Captain.— Captain L. R. G. Bell, 1 Apr. 02. 
Quarter if aster.— Hon. Lieut. T. A. Heath, 24 Jan. 03. 



Inspectors. 

Colonel B. L. Tollner, CB. ret. pay R. Artillery, 25 Nov.99 

(23 June 89). Woolwich. 
Lt.Colonel D. E. Wood, ret. pav. Leicester. 
Colonel C. H. Bridge, CB. CilG. 14 Oct. 03. Arborfield 

Cross. 



Deputy Assistant Directors. 

Hon. Major-Gen. H. Pipon, CB. ret. pay, 15 June 05 

(10 Aug. 03) Edinburgh. 
Bt. Col. H. P. Douglas-Willan, CB. ret. pay, 15 June 05 

(10 Sept. 02). Dublin. 



Lt.Colonel H. J. [McLauglin, DSO. Reserve of Officers, 

?7 Apr. 05. Salisbury. 
Major R. H. Adams, ret. pay. (temp.) 3 May 05. Dublin. 
Lieut. VV. C. P. Cantrell-Hubersty, Bes. of Off. 25 Oct. 05 

Melton Mowbray. 



Home Depots. 

Quarter Masters, 

Hon. Lieut. J. E. Darby, 4 Mar. 00. Dublin. 
Hon. Lieut. G. Harlow, 16 Oct. oi. Woolwich. 
Lieut. J. T. Higgins, Army Service Corps. Dublin. 
Major R. Donnelly, Riding Master, r.p. 18 Mar. c 

Canterbury. 
Hon. Lieut. J. Barry, 4 Sept. 03. Wokingham, 



Veterinary Officers. 

Captain W. N. Wright, 1 Apr. 07. Wokingham. 
Captain P. H. Shore, 20 Aug. 04, Melton Mowbray, 
Major F. Eassie, DSO. Dublin, 1 Sept. 05. 



South Africa Depots. 

Assistant Inspector of Remounts, South Africa Colonel H. M. Owen, CB. M VO. Dublin. 

Staff Officer . Lieut. D. Lynch, Royal Fusiliers. Prettna. 

Officers of the Regulars, Army Reserve, Militia, &-c, attached, shoving dates of posting to Remounts. 

BLOEMFONTE1N. MOOI RIVER. 

Hon. Major E. G. Tomblings, Rdg. Mr. 8 Hrs. 26 Feb. 00. 
Hon. Lieut. G. Duncan. Quarter Master, 7 Feb. 00. 
Lieut. H. E. O'B. Traill, Royal Artillery, 22 Nov. 04. 



Captain A. W. Grepe, Royal Artillery, 16 Jan. 04. 
Hon. Lieut. A. Clarke, Quarter Master, 3 Fab. 00. 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 



Governor 



0- 2 If ; 



fVC Field-Marshal Sir G.S.White, GCB. CM. &7t[. 

I GCIE. GCVO. 17. tune 05. 

Lt. Governor and Secretary Major General SirtiR. B. Lane, A'CI'O. CB. 6 July 05. 

Assistant Secretary W. T. Hughes, 23 Mar. 03. 

Adjutant Major G. E. E. G. Cameron, Gordon Highlander*, 1 Aug. 03. 

Chaplain Rev. J. H. S. Moxley, BA. 25 Mar. 96. 

Physician and Surgeon (with rank of Colonel) ... Lt.Colonel C. Seymour, MB. Royal Army Med. Corps, 3 June 04. 

Deputy Surgeon ' Lt.Colonel R. W. Ford, DSO. 17 Aug. 01 

Dispenser (House Surgeon) J. Hague, MRCS. LRCP. 1 Jan. 97. 

Quarter Master Charles Organ, :J Hon. Major, 1 Oct. 03. 



Captains of Invalids. 



Captain J. Vander H. Rees, 2 late 40 F. 
Major J. W. Daniell,* retired pay. 
Major E. W. Humphry, retired pay. 



Major B. Brutton, retired pay. 
Major A. S. Carter, retired pay. 
Captain G. Pctrson, retired pay. 



1 Captain Roes served in the New Zealand war in 1864-65, and was severely wounded in the enna"ement at 
Te Arei (Medal). 

3 Major Organ served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Rattalion Yorkshire Regiment on the 
Lines of Communication up the Nile. Served with the Soudan Frontier Force in 1885-86 during the operations 
on the Upper Nile, and was present in the engagements at Giniss (Modal with Khedive's Star). Served in the 
South African war in 1399-1902 with the 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and took part in the operations round 
Colesberg in Jan. 1900; took part in the relief of Kimberley, the march along the Modder River, including the 
engagements at Paardeberg, roplar Grove, and Driefontein, and the capture of Bloemfontein; in the advance 
on Dewetsdorp, including the engagement at Leeuwkop ; in the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria, including 
the passage of the Vet, Zand, and Vaal Rivers; the engagements at Kroonstad, Brandfort, and Johannesburg! 
occupation of Pretoria and the advance into the Eastern Transvaal, including the engagements at Diamond 
Hill and Belfast. Employed as Regimental Transport Officer from Dec. 1900 till Sept. 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches ; hon. rank of Major, Medal with six Clasps, King's Modal with two Clasps). 

* Major J. W. Daniell served in the Burmese war in 1852-53 and was present at the relief of the garrison of 
r"egu and in the different engagements in the vicinity; also accompanied the Martaban Column (Medal with 
31asp). Served throughout the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-59, including the battle of Bidlecknserai, siege of 
Delhi with repulse of sorties on 23rd June, and 5H1 and 14th July— severely wounded. Also present at the siege and 
laptnre of Lucknovv in March 1858, including actions ; afterwards served in the action of Burree and throughout 
he campaign in Oude (Medal with two Clasps;. 



I26a Miscellaneous Establishments. 

Judge Advocate General's Office. 

r„i„» j j , n , Office, 7, Victoria Street, S.W. 

Judge Advocate General rn vi;i„.;_ V ~Z * » " 

Deputy Judge Advocate General T. Milvam, i? 8? . j Aug. 05. 

Deputy Judge Adooeate p .,. e , Co]onel j. L . c gt ^^ CMQ ^ ^ gg 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 
ni"'r,>"; The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 

£#«*>■< and Secretary Major J. Fielding Qr. Mr. retired pay, 3 Nov. 91. 

Quarter Matter Urge ° n Lt Colonel F S. Heuston. CMG. R. A. Medica? Corps, , Oct. 02. 

yuai ter Master L.C.Page, Hon. Captain, 10 Nov. 02. 



Army Pay Office. 

Paymaster General . St , So , u Sir g. B- Crossley, St. MVO. MP 

Assistant Paymaster General 0. J. Maude, Esq. 



Army Purchase Commission. 

Commissioner General Sir R. Biddulph, GCB. GCMG. Col. Comdt. R. Art. 



Military Prisons. 

Inspector General Lt. Colonel R. A. Henderson, 1 Apr. 04. 

Inspectors < 

Aldershot, Governor Major G. S. Haines, 27 Mar. 96. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel L. Haywood, MB. retired pay. Reserve of Officers. 

Bermuda, Superintendent. Major J. R. Ritchie, Royal Artillery, 27 Oct. 04. 

Cairo Captain E. M. K. Parsons, W. Riding Regiment, 8 Dec. 02. 

Colchester Major E. W. K. Money, Shropshire Light Infantry, 10 Apr. 00. 

Cork, Governor Major P. C. F. Atherley, Derby Regiment, 29 July 01. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel U. A. Jenings, MI), retired pa}. 

Curragh 

Devonport r.s.c. Major W. A. 0. Denny, Army Service Corps, 1 July 05. 

Dover, Governor Major C. C. Daniel, Royal Scots, : Apr. 01. 

Medical Officer 

Dublin, Gover)ior Captain R. D. Turton, Cheshire Regiment, 19 July 01. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. McGann, retired pay. 

Esquimau, B.C. Captain J. E. Cockburn, Royal Artillery, jo Nov. 04. 

Gibraltar Captain R. Morris, Reserve, 20 Aug. 01. 

Gosport, Governor Major C. J.Morse, 11 June 01. 

Medical Officer Captain E. Chandler, h. p. 

Jamaica, Superintendent Captain G. E. Hewett, West India Regiment, 25 July 03. 

Kandy, Ceylon, Superintendent Major D. E. Cayley, Worcester Regiment, 13 May 05. 

Malta, Governor Captain O. Hassall, Warwick Regiment, 27 July 05. 

Mauritius, Superintendent „ Captain A. C. Girdwood, DSO. Northumberland Fus. 19 July 05. 

Stirling Captain D. Darroch, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 3 Apr. 05. 

Woking, Governor Major F. S. Picot, 5 May 02. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. E. Fishbourne, MB. retired pay. 

Wynburg, Cape Colony Captain P. Umfreville, West Kent Regiment, 12 May 02. 

York Castle Major C. D. Johnstone, 1 Apr. 99. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel T. B. A. Tuckey, retired pay. 

Blue. — Facings Red. 



Tower of London. 

_ ,. ( General Sir Frederick G. A. Stephenson, GCB. Coldstream 

Co "»' a6 " j Guaids, 21 Mar. 98. 

Lieutenant > Lieut.-General Sir G. Luck, KCB. 15 Hussars, 15 Nov. 05. 

Major Major-Gen. G. B. Milman, CB. NorthumberlaLd Fus. .9 Aug. 70. 

Chaplain 

Medical Officer Major J. Meek, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



List of Officers, now serving, tolw have 'passed the Staff College. 127 



Passed, December 1864. 
F£ Wood, General Sir H. B., 



GC31G. 



GCB. 



Passed, December 1869. 



Collings, Colonel W. A., Regimental 

District. 
Hammersley, Col. F., Asst. Adjutant 

General, lri-sh Command. 

Passed, December 1838. 



Passed, December 1883. 
Grove, Colonel E. A. W. S., CB. 

W. Kent Regt. 
Beckett, Colonel C. E., CB. 
Codrington, Colonel A. E. ( Cold- 
stream Guards, & Regimental Dist. 
Chapman, General E. F., CB. K.Art. I Stone, Bt.CoIonelF. G., R. Artillery. I Barker, ColonelJ. S. S., CB.Roy.Art. 
%* In the foregoing lists the names Settle, Major General 5t>H.H.,jTCB. I Baldock, Colonel T. S., CB. Royal 
are placed in the Order of Merit in I DSO. Royal Eneineers. Artillery. 

which the Officers passed the final St. Clair, Colonel J. L. C, CMG.l Kemball, Colonel G. V., CB. DSO. 
Examination, as officially notified; Grant, Major General H. F., CB. I Royal Artillery. 

1T<£ Ridgewav, Col. R. K., 2nd Army j O'Leary, Major W. E., Irish Rifles. 



but, the Order of Merit in which 
Officers have passed out of the Staff 
College havin g ceased to be disclosed, 
their names in th.e following lists are 
consequently given in the Order of 
Merit in which they passed into the 
Staff College. 

Passed, December 1872. 

Collen, Major General Sir E. H. H., 
GCIE. CB. Ind. Army (patted into 
the College with the preceding Clatt). 

Passed, December 1874. 
Burnett, Major-General C. J., CB. 
K-i-SGM. 

Passed, December 1875. 
Kelly-Kenny, Lt.Gen. Sir T., GCB. 

Passed, December 1877. 
Hildyard, Lieut. General 6'iVH. J. T., 

KCB. 
Hughes - Hallett, Colonel H. T., 

h.p. Middlesex Regt. (57 F.) 
Auld, ilajor General R., CB. 

Passed, December 1878. 
Miles, Major General H. S. G., CB. 
MVO. h.p. Munster Fusiliers. 

Passed, December 1879. 
•Elles, Major General Sir E. R., 

KCB. KCIE. Royal Artillery. 
Jocelyn, Colonel J. R. J. (from 

R. Art.) 
Craigie, Colonel J. H. S., Highland 

Lt. Inf. 

Passed, December 1880. 
Montgomery, Major General R. A., 

CB. R. Art. 
Benson, Major General F. W., CB. 

h.p. 17 Lancers. 
Browne, Colonel G. F., DSO-, h.p. 

Northamptonshire Regt. (48 F.) 
Romilly, Bt.Colonel F. W., CB. DSO. 

Scots Guards. 
Bullock, Colonel G. M., CB. Devon 



Godfray, Colonel J. W., CB. Regi- 
mental District. 

*Yt£ Hart, Major Gen. Sir Reginald 
C, KCB. (from Rov. Engineers). 

Jeffreys, Colonel P. D., CB. h.p. 
Connaught Rangers (88 F.) (passed 
into College Kith preceding Clan). 

Passed, December 1881. 

Murray, Major General Sir J. W., 

KCB. Royal Artillery. 
Johnson, Colonel R. F., CMG. Royal 

Artillery. 
Herbert, Colonel I. J. C, CB. CMG. 

h.p. Grenadier Guards. 
Dawson, Colonel D. F. R., CMG. 

h.p. Coldstream Guards. 
Hutton, Major General .Sir E. T. H., 

KCMG. CB. (do.). 

Passed, December 1882. 
Haig, Lt.Colonel H. de H., R. Eng. 
Lette, Colonel J. B., Ii. Mar. Art. 
Trotter, Colonel J. K..CB. CMG. 
Daltou, Colonel J. C, R. Artillery. 
Mortimer, Colonel H. B., h.p. North 

Statfordshire Re^t. 
Stephenson, Colonel T. E., CB. (from 

Essex Regiment). 
Brouifleld, Col. F. W. 



Corps. 

Barter, Col. C. St. L., CB. 
Mortimer, Lt.Colonel C. L., h.p. 

Passed, December 1884. 
Lake, Colonel P. H. N., CB. h.p. 

E. Lane. Regt. 

Moody, Bt.Col. R. S. H., CB Irish 

Fusiliers. 
Banfield, Colonel R. J. F., CB. h.p. 

Welsh Regiment. 
Hammond, Colonel P. H., R. Art. 
Lawrence, Colonel R. C. B., h.p. 

1 Dragoon Guards. 

Passed , December 1835. 
Stopford, Major General Son. Sir 

F. W., KCMG. CB. 

Grierson, Maior General J. M., CB. 

CMG. MVO. Royal Artillery. 
Foster, Lt.Col. H. j., R. Engineers. 
Dunlop.Bt. Colonel H. C, Royal Art. 
Penton, Major Gen. H. E., Ind. Army 
Colville, bt.C'oloue: A. E. W., CB. 

h.p. 
Adair, Colonel W. T., R. Marines. 
Hogge, Col J. W , CIE. Ind. Army. 
Inglefield, Bt.Coi.F. S., DSO. E.York 

Regiment. 
Napier, Colonei Son. J. P. (h.p. 10 

Hussars.) 



Passed, December 1886. 
Wyndham, Col. W. G. O, CB. 
Allen, Bt.Col. A. .1. W., h.p. The Buffs. 
Callwell, Lt.Col. C. E., R. Art. 
Fleming, Lt.Colonel E.W. (from R. 

Artillery). 
Agar, Lt.Col. E., Roval Engineers. 
Smith, Bt.Col.W. A., CB.R. Artillery. 
Fletcher, Col. W. B., h.p. from Roy. 

Artillery. 
Daniell, Lt.Col. J. F., R. Marines. 
Jones, Lt.Colonel A. E., Indian Army 
Smythe, Lt.Col. H. H., Scots Fus. 
Urmston, Lt.Col. E. B., CB. Argyll I 

and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Bettmue, Colonel E. C, 16 Lancers. 
Simpson, Bt. Col. C. R., h.p. Middle- 
sex Regiment. 
Mackenzie, Bt.Colonel G. F. C, CB. 

h.p. Suffolk Regiment. 
Williams, Lt.Col. R. B., Somerset 

Light Infantry. 
Wogan-Browne^ Colonel P. W. N., 

h.p. 3 Hussars. 
Kitchener. Major General F.W..C.B. 
Eastman, Lt.Col. W. I., R.M. Art. 

Passed, December 1887. 
Reade, Bt.Colonel R.N.R., h.p.Shrop- 

shire Light Infantry. 
Banning, MajorS. T., Munster Fus. 
Waters, Colonel W. H. H., CVO. 

h.p. Royal Artillery. 
Waldron, Col. F., CB. R. Artillery. 
Hamilton, Lt.Col. W.G..D.VO. Norfolk 

Regiment. 
Franklyn, Major General W. E., CB. 

York Regiment. 
Beatson, Lt.Colonel F. C, CB. Wilts 

Regiment. 
Gaunter, Lt.Col. J. E., Lane. Fus. 
Plumer, Major General H. C. O., CB 

h.p. York and Lancaster Regt. 
Kitson, Colonel G. ('., CMG. h.p. 

King's Royal Rifles. 
Gatlitf, Colonel A. F., R. Marines. 
Morrison, Major C. G., 1 Dragoons. 
Lawson, Colonel U.M., CB. R. Eng. 
Renny, Col. A. M., Ind. Army [patted 

into Colleqe with preceding Clatt). 
Creagh, Major General A. G., CB. R. 

Art. (do.\ 



Paris, Lt.Col. A., Roval Marine Art. 
Heath, Lt.Colonel F. C, R.Engrs. 
i Hegan, Col. E., h.p. 
I Smith Dorrien, Major General H. L., 

CB. DSO. 
j Munro, Major L., Hampshire Regt. 
McGrigor, Lt.Colonel C. R. R., CB. 

King's Royal Rifles. 
Watts, Lt.Colonel C. N.,Nottingham 

and Derbyshire Regiment. 
Barnardiston, Colonel N. W.,lfTO. 

Middlesex Regiment. 
Gordon, Lt. Col. C. H. 
Burney, Colonel H. H., CB. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
Bewicke-Copley, Col. R. C. A. B., 

CB. h.p. King's Royal Rifles. 
Armitage, Major J. L., Inniskilling 

Fusiliers. 
Adye, Colonel J., CB. R. Artillery. 
Henniker-Major, Colonel Son. A. H 

CB. Coldstream Guards. 

Passed, December 1889. 

Bethell.Col. E. H., DSO. R. Engs. 

Sinclair, Colonel H. M. 

McCracken, Lt.Colonel F. W. N., 
DSO. Berkshire Regiment. 

Duff, Major General B., CB. CIE. 
Indian Army. 

Robb, Colonel F. S.,MVO. h.p. Dur- 
ham Light Infantry. 

Ellison, Lt.Col. G. F., CB. Warwick 
Regiment. 

Drake, Lt.Col. H. D..R. Marine Art. 

Leverson, Lt.Col. G.F., R. Eng. 

Belfleld, Colonel H. E., CB. DSO. 

(from W. Riding Regiment), 
effreys, Colonel H. B., CB. R. Art. 

Hamilton, Major A. B., King's Own 
Scottish Borderers. 

Shute, Lt.Col. H. G. D., DSO. Cold- 
stream Guards. 

Guinness, Colonel H. W. N., CB. 
Regimental District. 

Altham, Col.E.A., CMG. h.p.R. Sc. 

Goldschmidt, Major E. S. D., Royal 
Irish Fusiliers. 

Littledale, Col. H. C. T., 4 Dr. Gds 

Dairymple-Hamilton, Colonel Son. 
N. deC, MVO. h.p. 

Cavendish, Major A. E. J., CMG. 
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 

du Boulay, Major N. W. H., R. Art. 

Burn -Murdoch, Col. J. F., CB. 
1 Dragoons. 



Passed, December 1890. 
De Brath, Major General E., CIE. 
Pemberton, Lt.Col. E. St. C, R. Eng. 
Chance, Lt.Col. H., Royal Artillery. 
Inglefield, Lt.Col. N. B., DSO. R. Art. 
Western, Lt.Col. W. G. B., CB. W. 

Kent Regiment. 
Fairholme, Major WE., CMG. MVO. 

Royal Artillery. 
Granet, Bt. Lt.Colonel E. J. 
Cole, Lt.Col. A. W. G. L., DSO. 

Welsh Fusiliers. 
Poett, Lt.Col. J. H..OB. Dorset Rgt. 
Monro, Colonel C. C. 
Ventris, Major General F., h.p. Essex 

Regiment. 
Pedley, Major 0. H., Northumber- 
land Fusiliers. 
Young, Colonel J. C. 
Western, Lt.Colonel J. S. E., Royal 

West Kent Regiment. 
Macdonald, Major N. D., Wilts Regt. 
Greenfield, Colonel R. M. (from 

Inniskilling Fusiliers). 
Lawrence, Major H. D., East Surrey 

Regiment. 



* Passed the Final Examination without having gone through the College. 



9 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



125 



Broadwood, Colonel R. G., CB. 12' 

Lancers. 
Sitwell, Lt.Colonel VV. H., DSO. 

Northumberland Fusiliers. 
•Courtenay, Col. E. R. (from Regtl. 

District). 
"3Jffl;Lysons, Colonel H., Bedfordshire 

Regiment. 

Passed, December 1891. 

Talbot, Colonel Hon. M. G., R. Eng. 
LafTan, Lt.Col. H. U., R. Engineers. 
Davies, Lt.Col. F. J., Grenadier 

Guards. 
Bunbury, Lt.Col.W. E., Indian Amiy 
Crawford, Major A., H. Artillery. 
Wintour, Lt.Col. F., Norfolk Regt. 
'Hawkins, ColonelJ. W., h.p. 
Tyvyan, Lt.Colonel C. B., E. Kent 

Regiment. 
31eichen, Lt.Col. A.'E.'W.Count.CMG. 

CYO. DSO. Grenadier Guards. 
Woodward, Major E. M., Leicester 

Regiment. 
Blood, Major W. P., Irish Fusiliers. 
Lindley, Col. Hon. J. E. (from h.p. 

1 Dragoons). 
Ewart, Colonel J. S., CB. Cam. 

Highlanders. 
Aston, Lt.Col. G.G., CB. R.Mar. Art. 
Gamble, Major B,.N.,J>SO.BerksRgt. 
Hamilton, Maj. Gen. Sir B. M..KCB. 
Cowans, Colonel J. S., MVO. 
Richardson, Major A.J.,E.YorkRegt. 
Pinney, Lt.Colonel R. J., R. Fusiliers . 
Johnson, Col. Sir H. A. Vf.,Bart. 
Younghusband, Lt.Colonel G. J., 

CB. Indian Army. 

Pasted, December 1892. 

Rycroft, Major W. H., n Hussars. 

Wathen, Major E. O., 5 Lancers. 

■Cowan, Colonel H. V. (from R. Art.). 

Dawkins, Col. H. S.. R. Artillery. 

Baker, Major G. D., R. Artillery. 

•Churchill, Major A. B. N., Royal Art. 

Stanton, Major H. E. , DSO. R. Art. 

Macbean, Major W. A., Royal Art. 

Hickson, Col. S. A. E., DSO. R. Eng. 

Heath, Lt.Col. G. M . , DSO. Royal Eng. 

Surtees. Colonel H., DSO. h.'p. Cold- 
stream Guards. 

Smith, Bt. Lt.Col. G.R.F.,Coldst. Gds. 

Pilcher, Colonel T. D., CB. 

Walter, Major J. M., DSO. Devon 
Regiment. 

Graham, Col. E. R. C, CB. h.p. 
Cheshire Regiment. 

Lomax, Colonel S. H. 

James, Major B. R., Royal Warwick- 
shire Regiment. 

Bonus, Major W. J., DSO. Dorset 
Regiment. 

Shekleton, Lt.Colonel H. P., S. 
Lane. Regiment. 

Fitton, Lt.Colonel H.G...DSO. R^yal 
West Kent Regiment. 

Morland, Lt.Col.mel T. L. N., CB. 
DSO. h.p. King's R. Rifle Corps. 

Co rleton, Lt.Col. F. R. C, h.p. Irish 

Fusiliers. 
Delme-Radcliffe, Lt.Colonel C. , Con- 
naught Rangers. 
Rodwell, Maj. E. H., Indian Army 
VVatkis, Col. H. B. B., Indian Army 

Shore, Major O. B. S. F.,DSO. Indian 

Army. 
Selwjn, Major C. H., Indian Army 

Passed, December 1893. 

Shadwell, Major L. J., Lancashire 

Fusiliers. 
Dawkins, Lt.Col. J. W. G„ CB. Royal 

Artillery. 
CramDton, Lt.Col. P. J. R., R. Art. 
Cadell, Major J. F., Royal Artillery. 
Rose, Major J. M., R. Marine Art. 
■Clauson, Captain J. E., Royal EDg. 
Massy, Lt.Colonel P. H. H., h.p. 6 

Dragoon Guards. 
Bowes, Major W. H., Scots Fas. 
White, Major R. W. P., Welsh Regt. 
Edwards.Major F. J. M., DSO. Indian 

Army. 



Wilson, Lt.CoLH. H.,D»SO.RifleBrig. 
Hamilton, Colonel H. I. W., DSO. 

h.p. West Surrey Regiment. 
Rawlinson, Colonel Sir H. S., Bart., 

CB. Commandant Staff College. 
Churchill, Colonel A. G., h.p. 12 

Lancers. 
Dyas, Major J. R., Warwick Regt. 
Ley, Major W. G., N. Stafford Regt. 
Watson, Major W. A., Indian Army. 
Donne, Colonel H. R. B., h.p. 

Norfolk Regiment. 
Banks, Maj orW.S., Dorsetshire Regt. 
Marrable, Major A. G., York Lt. In). 
Montagu, Major E., Suffolk Regt. 
Gordon, Lt.Col. Hon.F., DSO. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
Gaisford, Lt.Col. R. B., CMG. Scots 

Fusiliers. 
Snow, Colonel T. D'O. 
Bayly, Colonel A. W. L., CB. DSO. 

Indian Army. 
Hamilton Gordon, Colonel A., R. Art. 
Haldane.Lt Col. J. A. h.,DSO. Gor- 
don Highlanders. 
Tweddel, Major F., Indian Army. 

Passed, December 1894. 
Kenny, Lt.Col. H. T., Indian Army. 
Doran, Lt.Col. W. R. B., DSO. Irish 

Regiment. 
Montgomery, Lt.Col. R. A. K., DSO 

Royal Artillery. 
Loch, Major H. F., Indian Army. 
Keir, Colonel J. L., Royal Artillery. 
Norie, Major E. W. M., Middlesex 

Regiment. 
Trench, Lt.Col. F. J. A., DSO. Royal 

Artillery. 
Shute, Major C. D., Rifle Brigade. 
White, Lt.Col. W. L., R. Artillery. 
Dudgeon, Major F. A., South Lan- 
cashire Regiment. 
Heard, Major E. S., Northnmb. Fus. 
Nicholson, Captain C. L., York Regt. 
Carleton. Major L. R., DSO. Essex 

Regiment. 
Brander, Lt.Col. H. R., Indian Army. 
Conway- Gordon, Major L., Royal 

Marine Artillery. 
Kiggell, Lt.Colonel L. E., Warwick 

Regiment. 
Fortescue, Lt.Colonel Hon. C. G. 

CMG. DSO. Rifle Brigade. 
Warner, Major R. H. L., Army 

Service Corps. 
Byng, Colonel Hon. J. H. G., MVO. 

10 Hussurs. 
Hume, Major C. V., DSO. Royal 

Artillery. 
Wood, Lt.Colonel H. St. L. DSO., 

h.p. Dorsetshire Regiment. 
Mitford, Col. B. R., DSO. 
Capper, Col rael W. B., North- 
ampton Regiment. 

Passed, December 1895. 

Henderson, Lt.Colonel D., DSO. 
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 

Fasson, Major D. J. M., R. Artillery. 

Vallancey, ' Major H. d'E., DSO. 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlandrs. 

Dowding, Capt. H. H.H., Essex Regt. 

Ducrot, Major L. H., R. Artiillery. 

Chichester, Major A. A., DSO. Dorset 
Regt. 

Coffin, Captain C, Royal Engineers 

Massy, Lt.Col. W. G., Royal Artillery. 

Ludlow, Major E. R. O., Army Ser- 
vice Corps. 

Ounlop. Major A. S., R. Artillery. 

Gwatkin, Lt.Colonel W. G., Man- 
chester Regiment. 

Evans, Lt.Colonel H. J., Liverpool 
RegimeDt. 

Bird, Major S., Royal Fusiliers. 

Taylor, Major E. T., Cheshire Regt. 

Maunsell, Major F.R., CMG. R. Art. 
(admitted without competition). 

Hickman, Major H. O. D., Inniskilling 
Fusiliers (do.). 

Alderson, Colonel E. A. H., CB. West 
Kent Regiment (do.). 

Fortescue, Lt.Col. P. A. King's Royal 
Rifles (do.). 



Adye, Major W., Irish Rifles (admitted 

without competition). 
Ducat, Lt.Col. C. M., Ind. Army (do). 
Philipps, Major I., DSO. ret. Indian 

Army (do.) 

Passed, December 1896. 
Graham, Major H. W. G., DSO 

5 Lancers. 
Perceval, Major E. M., DSO. R. Art. 
Thompson, Lt.Col. W. A. M.,R.Art. 
Tennant, Major H. L., Royal Art. 
Ewbank, Majnr W„ Royal Eng. 
Kirkpatrick, Lt.Col. G.M., R. Eng. 
Barter, Major B. St. J., Lincoln Regt. 
Sladen, Lt.Colonel J. R. F., East 

Yorkshire Regiment. 
Sloman, Major H. S., DSO. E. Surrey 

Regiment. 
Skinner, Lt.Col. F. St. D., Sussex 

Regt. 
Bridge, Major W. C, South Stafford 

Regiment. 
Barthorp, Major A. H., Northampton 

Regiment. 
Hamilton, Mijor L. A. H., York L. I. 
Strachey, Major R. J., 1 Provisional 

Battalion. 
Carter, Major E E., CMG. MVO, 

A. S. Corps. 
Young, Major F. de B., Indian Army. 
Clay, Major C. H., Indian Army. 
Tod, Major J. K., Indian Army. 
Du Cane, Lt. Col. H. J., Roy. Art. 
Maude, Major F. S., CMG. DSO. Cold. 

stream Guards. 

Passed, December 1897. 
Allenby, Colonel E. H. H., CB.6 Drag. 
Johnston, Lt.Colonel J. T., R. Art. 
Burrowes, Major H. G., R. Artillery. 
Furse, Major W. T., DSO. R. Art. 
Edmonds, Major J. E.,R. Engineers. 
Macdonogh.MajorG.M.W., R. Eng. 
O Donnell, Major H., W. York Regt. 
Gogarty, Mnjor H. E., Scots Fus. 
Blair, Captain A., DSO. King's Own 

Scottish Borderers. 
Buckley,Capt. E. J., Inniskilling Fus. 
Capper, Lt.Colonel T., DSO. E. Lane. 

Regt. 
Anderson, MajorW. J., W.RidingRegt. 
Haking, Lt.Col. R. C. B.,Hamp.Regt. 
Phipps, Major P. R., Dorset Regt. 
Biddulph, Maj. H. M., Rifle Brigade. 
Holloway, Major B., Indian Army. 
Willoughby, Major M. E., Ind. Army. 
Dyer, Major R. E. H., Indian Army. 
Birkbeck, Lt.Colonel W. H., CB. 
Haig, Maj. Gen. D., CB. 17 Lancers. 
Findlay, Lt.Colonel N. D., R. Art. 
Sandbach, Colonel A. E., DSO. 

Royal Engineers. 
Douglas, Colonel W., DSO. Royal 

Scots. 
Stopford, Lt.Col. L. A. M., Irish Gds. 
Heath, Colonel H. N. C, York 

Light Infantry. 
Colomb, Major F. C, Indian Army. 

Passed, December 1898. 

Wyndham, Lt.Colonel G. P., 16 
Lancers. 

Symonds, Major G. D., Royal Art. 

Owen, Major F. C, Royal Art. 

Molony, Major F. A., Royal Eng. 

Ruggles-Brise, Major H. G., Grena- 
dier Guards. 

England, Major T. P., Royal Fns. 

Bannatyne.CaptamW. S.Livrpl. Rgt. 

Everett, Maj. H. J., Somerset Light 
Infantry. 

May, Captain W. S. R., E. York Regt. : 

Fowle, Major T. E., Bedford Regt. 

Tuson, Captain H. D. Border Regt. 

Banon, Major F. L.,Shrop. Lt. Inf. 

Oxley, Major R. S., K. Royal Rifles. 

Burrowes, Captain A. R., Irish Fns. 

King-Salter, Major H. P., Rifle Brig. 

Climo, Major V. C., W. India Regt 

Barrow, Major G. de S., Ind. Army. 

Holman, Capt. H. C, DSO. Indian 
Army. 

Robertson, Colonel W. R., DSO. 

Thompson, Lt.Col. C. W., DSO. 7 Drag. 
Guards. 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



Stewart, Major R. S., L'pool Regt. 
Murray, Colonel A. J., CB. DSO. 
Nugent, Major O. S. W., BSO. 

King's Royal Rifles. 
Fox-Strangeways, Capt. T, S. Irish 

Rifles. 
Henstock, Lt.Colonel F. T., West 

African Regiment. 

Passed, December 1899. 
Crowe, Major J. H. V., Royal Art. 
Milne, LtCol. G. F..BSO. Royal Art- 
Baldwin, Major J. G., R. Art. 
Ward, Major M. C. P., Royal Art. 
Ballard, Major C.R., Norfolk Regt. 
Ross, Captain C, BSO. Norfolk 

Regiment. 
Pollard, Capt. J. H. W., Scots Fus. 
Hart-Synnot, Captain A. H. S^DSO. 

East Surrey Regiment. 
Thompson, Major R. W., BSO. N. 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Elles, Major A. W„ York Lt. Inf. 
Dundas, Captain F. C, Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders. 
Rennick, Major F., Indian Army. 
Knight, Major W.CDSO.Ind. Army 
Home, Major J. M., Indian Army. 
Mackenzie, Colonel C. J., CB. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 
Cleeve, Major F. J. S., Royal Art. 
Gay, Major A. W., BSO. Royal Art. 
Hunter-Weston, Lt.Colonel A.G. 

BSO. Royal Engineers. 
Fowler, Major J. S., BSO. R. Eng. 
Monck, Major C. S.O., Coldstream 

Guards. 
Lynden-Bell, Major A. L., East 

Kent Regiment. 
Braithwaite, Major W. P., Somer- 
set Light Infantry. 
MacTier, Major H. C, Hants Regt. 
Pratt, Major E. St. G., BSO. Durham 

Light Infantry. 
Chapman, LtCol. A. J., Dublin Fus. 
Yarde-Buller. Major Hon. H., 

BSO. Rifle Brigade. 

1900, 

The following Officers, who, in 
consequence of being employed on 
active service in South Africa, have 
been unable to complete the full 
course of two years at the Staff Col- 
lege, are held to have graduated :— 

Adams, Capt. W. A., 5 Lancers. 

Cough, Lt.Ool. H. de la P., 16 Lancers 

Perceval, Major C. J., BSO. R. Art. 

Hudson, Maj. T. R. C, Royal Art. 

Gorton, Capt. R. St. G., Royal Art. 

Hare, Capt. R. H., BSO. Royal Art. 

Russell, Capt. E. S. E. W., R. Art. 

Williams, Major H. B., BSO. Royal 
Engineers. 

Coflin, Capt. Cli&"ord, Royal Eng. 

Hood, Capt. Hon. (J. A. A., Gr. Gds. 

Lambton, Major Jlon.Vf., BSO. Cold- 
stream Guards. 

Godley, Lt.Colonel A. J., Irish Gds. 

King-King, Major J. G., BSO, W. 
Surrey Regiment. 

Turner, Maj. F. U., Northumb. Fus. 

Whigham, Major R. D., BSO. War- 
wickshire Regiment. 

Hickie, Lt.Col. W. B., Royal Fus. 

Clarke, Maj. J. L. J., E. York Regt. 

Wolley-Dod, Major O. C, BSO. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Pearless, Capt. C. W., S. Wales Bor. 

Leverson, Capt. H. A., Iimiskil. Fus. 

Davie, Capt. K. M., Gloucester Regt. 

Tervis, Capt. S. J., S. Stafford Regt. 

Jameron, Maj. A. R., R. Highrs. 

Fanshawe, Lt.Col. R., BSO. Oxford 
Lt. Inf. 

Bonham, Major W. F., DSO. Essex 
Regiment. 

3e Lisle, Lt.Col. H. de B., CB. DSO. 
Durham Light Infantry. 

Itockwell, Major G. C. I., BSO. 
Highland Light Infantry. 

!a:npbell, Major W., DSO. Gordon 
Highlanders. 

lomer, Maj. C. F., Dublin Fus. 



Waterfield, Major A. C. M., MVO. 
Indian Army. 

Turner, Capt. H. H. F., Ind. Army. 

M'Conaghey, Major H., Irish Fus. 

Cockerill, Major G. K., Warwick- 
Regiment. 

Passed, Dee ember 1901. 

Brooke, LtCoLR.G.DSO. 7 Hussars. 
I Pevton, LLCol. W. E., 1= Hussars. 
; Tagart, Major H. A. L. ,BSO. 15 Hns. 

Dallas, Major A. G., Durham L. I. 

Combe, Major K., Royal Artillery. 

Montgomery, Capt. H. M. de F. 
Royal Artillery. 

Wood, Major T. B., Royal Artillery. 

Roberts, Captain H. B., Royal Art. 

Harper, Major G. M., BSO. Royal 
Engineers. 

Fraser, Major T., Royal Engineers. 

Boileau, Major F. R. F., Roy. Eng. 

Bird, Major W. D., BSO. West Sur- 
rey Regiment. 

Lascelles, Major A. E. .Norfolk Regt. 

Wood, Captain E. FitzG. M., BSO. 
Devon Regiment. 

Duncan, Capt. J., BSO. Scots Fus- 

Marden, Capt. T. O., Cheshire Regt. 

Marindin, Capt. A. H., Royal High- 
landers. 

Ready, Captain F. F., DSO. Royal 
Berkshire Regiment. 

Yate, Capt. C. A. L., York. Lt. Inf. 

MacEwen, Major D.L., Cameron 
Highlanders. 

Churcher, Major D. W., Irish Fus. 

Abercrombie, Captain A. W., Con- 
naught Rangers. 

Denny, Major W. A. C, Army Ser- 
vice Corps. 

Rice, Major G. B. H., Indian Amy. 

Moberlv, Maj. F. J., DSO. Ind. Army 

Norie, Maj. C. E. de M., DSO. In 
dian Army. 

Richardson, Capt. C. W. G., Indian 
Army. 

Taylor, Capt. R. O'B., Ind. Army. 



Passed, December 1902. 

Cayzer, Major J. S., 7 Dragoon Gds. 
Brooke, Capt. V. R., DSO. 9 Lancers. 
Symons, Captain A, 13 Hussars. 
Rougemont, Major C. H. dc, DSO. 

Royal Artillery. 
East, Capt. L. W. P., DSO. R. Art. 
Beynon, Captain H. L. N., R. Art. 
Lyon, Major F., DSO. R. Artillery. 
Tulloch, Major J. A. S., R. Eng. 
Chancellor, Capt. J. R., DSO. Royal 

Engineers. 
TjC FitzClarence, Major C, 1 Gds. 
Hull, Major 0. P. A., R. Scot. Fus. 
Haig, Major A. E., King's Own, 

Scottish Bord. 
Uniacke, Capt. R. F., R. Jnnis. Fus. 
Bryant, Capt. A., Glouces. Regt. 
Meynelt, Capt. G., Sbrop. Lt. Inf. 
Serocold, Capt. E. Pearce, K. R. 

Rifle Corps. 
Gumming, Major H. R., Dur. Lt. Inf. 
Thesiger, Lt.Col. G. H., Rifle Brigd. 
Moores.Capt. C. F., DSO. A S.Crps. 
Senior, Capt. H. W. R., Ind. Army. 
Rattray, Capt. C, Ind. Army. 
Klsmie, Capt. A. M S., Ind. Army. 
Geoghegau, Major S-, Ind. Army. 

Passed, December 1903. 

Ansell, Bt.Maior G. K., 6 Dragoons. 
Vaughan, Bt.Major J., DSO. 7 Hus. 
Lawrence, Bt.Major F. R., DSO. 

14 Hussars. 
Money, Bt.Lt.Col. A. W., R. Art. 
Stewart, Captain C.G., BSO. R.Art. 
MacMunn, Bt.Maj.G.F.,DSO. R.Art. 
Cape, Captain G. A. S., R. Art. 
Donaldson, Capt. J. W. B., R. Art. 
Franks, Captain G. McK.. R. Art. 
de Brett, Capt. H. S., DSO. R. Art. 
Ogg, Captain W. M., R. Art. 
Sanders, Captain G. A. F., R. Eng. 
Wilkin*. Captain H. St,. 0., Royal 

West Surrey Regiment. 



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Geddes, Major A. D., E. Kent Regt. 
Carleton, Bt.Major F. M., DSO. 

Royal Lancashire Regiment. 
Martin, Bt.Major A. R. S., Royal 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Meiklejonn, Captain R. F., DSO. 

Royal Warwick Regiment. 
Finlay, Captain F. D., Suffolk Regt. 
Welch, Capt. M. H. E., R. Irish Regt. 
Hancox, Major H. P., Royal Innis- 

killing Fusiliers. 
Roper, Captain R. T., Dorset Regt. 
Solly-Flood, Captain A., DSO. South 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Maurice, Bt.Major F. B., Notts, and 

Derbyshire Regiment. 
¥€ Pennell, Captain H. S., Notts. 

and Derbyshire Regiment. 
Knight, Bt.Maj. G. C, N. Lancs.RgL 
Buckle, Captain M. P., DSO. Royal 

West Kent Regiment. 
Hall, Captain G. C. W. G., Yorkshire 

Light Infantry. 

Ross, Captain R. J., Middlesex Regt. 

Montagu-Stuart- Wortlev, Maj. Hon. 

A. R., BSO. King's R.'Rifle Corns. 

Wilson, Captain C. W., BSO. King's 

Royal Rifle Corps. 
Wilson, Capt. A. H. H., Wilts Regt. 
Kerr, Bt.Major F. W., BSO. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
He Meiklejohn, Captain M. F. M., 

Gordon Highlanders. 
Campbell, Bt.Major J., BSO. Came- 
ron Highlanders. 
Malcolm, Captain N., BSO. Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Long, Bt. Major S. 0., Rifle Brigade. 
Morris, Capt. Hon. G. H., Rifle Brig. 
Grogan, Captain Sir E. I. B., Bart. 

Rifle Brigade. 
Boddam, Capt. E. B. C, Ind. Army. 
King, Captain S. W., Indian Army. 
Battine, Cant. R. St. C, Ind. Army. 
Farqubarson, Capt. H. D., R. Mar. 



Passed, December 1904. 



Belk, Major W., 4 Dragoon Guards. 
Lempriere, Major H. A. BSO. 7 

Dragoon Guards. 

Boger, Major R. W., Royal Artillery. 

I N'airne, Major E. S., Royal Artillery. 

I Thwaites. Major W., Royal Artillery. 

I Molony, Major T. C. W., DSO. R.Art. 

1 Atkinson, Capt. B., Rival Artillery. 

I Collen, Capt. E. H. E., DSO. R. Art. 

I Austin, Brev.Mnj. H. H., CH.GBSO. 

Royal Engineers. 

Fair, Maj. F. K., Royal Engineer.-;. 

! Watlmg, Capt. F. W., R. Engineers. 

Clive, Capt. G. S., Grenadier Guards. 

Marker, Maj. R. J., DSO. O. Guards. 

Tufnell, Capt. A. W., R. W. Surr. R. 

Bonham-Carter, Capt. (,'., Royai 

Warwickshire Regiment. 
Bols, Capt. L. J., DSO. Devon Regt. 
Maynard, Capt. C. C. M., BSO. 

Devon"iiegiment. 
Spry, Capt. L. H., BSO. W. York R. 
Nicholl, Capt. H. I., Bedf. Regiment. 
Lipsett, Capt. L. J., R. Irish Regt. 
Dobell, Brev. Maj. CM., DSO. (timp. 

Lt. Col.) Royal West Fusiliers. 
Macuab, Maj. C. L., R. Suss. Regt. 
Grant-Duff, Capt. A., R. Highlandrs. 
Burnett-Hitchcock, Capt. B. F., 

Notts & Derby Regiment. 
Sackville- West , Maj. C. J., King's 

Royal Rifle Corp*- 
Wilkinson, Capt. H. B. Des V., Dur- 
ham Li-,'.jt Infantry. 
Craufurd, Capt. G. S. G„ DSO. Gor- 
don Highlanders. 
McLachlan, Maj. J. D.,Cum'n Hghrs. 
White, Brev. Maj. W. A., Con. Rang. 
Whitton, Capt. F. E , Leins. Regt. 
Paley, Capt. G., Rifle Brigade. 
Burnett-Stuart, Capt. J. T., DSO. 

Rifle Brigale. 
Bridges, Brev. Maj. A. H., Ind Army. 
Watson, Capt. L. A., Indian Army. 
Hay, Capt W. N., Indian Army. 
Steel, Capt. R. A . Indian Army. 
Stuart, C.ipt. A. G., lud:an Army. 



I2g 

Officers under Section V., Paragraph 74, of the Queen's Regulations Qualified for 
Staff Employment in consequence of Service on the Staff in the Field, without 
Passing the Staff College. 



Generals. 
Kitchener, H. B..Visef.,GCB. OM. GCMG. Royal Eng. 
Grenfell, P. W., Lord, GCB. GCMG. 

Lieutenant Generals. 

Nicholson, Sir W. G., KCB. Royal Engineers. 
Hamilton, Sir I. S. M., KCB. DSO. 
Stewart, Sir R. M'G., KCB. Royal Artillery. 
Rundle, Sir H. M. L., KCB. KCMG. DSO. Royal Art. 
Morton, Sir G. de C, KCIE. CB. 
Slade, F. G„ CB. 

Major Genbbals. 

Lane, R. B., CB. CVO. 

Kelly, Sir W. F., KCB. 

Wynne, A. S., CB. 

Wood, -Sir E., KCB. Royal Engineers. 

Clements, R. A.. P., CB. DSO. A.D.C. 

Colonel, 
Hemming, F. W., CB. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Pink, F. J., CMG. DSO. West Surrey Regiment. 

Majors. 

Soudamore, C. P. DSO. Scots Fusiliers. 
King, A. J., DSO. Lancaster Regiment. 
Bernard, E. E., Army Service Corps. 



Asser, J. K., Dorset Regiment. 
Wilkinson, E. B., Lincoln Regiment. 
Margesson, E. W., Norfolk Regiment. 
Sillem, A. F., Royal West Surrey Regiment. 
Atcherley, L. W„ Army Service Corps. 
Stirling, C, Royal Artillery. 
Miller, A. D., DSO. 2 Dragoons. 
Gascoigne, E. F. O. DSO. Grenadier Guards. 
Bright, R. A., Marine Artillery. 
yiiT Colvin, J. M. C, Royal Engineers. 
Lowther, H. G, DSO. Scots Guards. 
M'Clintock, R. S., Royal Engineers. 
Macandrew, H. J. M.,DSO. Indian Aimy. 
McMicking, H., DSO. Royal Scots. 



Captains. 

Warre, H. 0., DSO. King's Royal Rifle Corps. 
Higginson, C. P., DSO. Shropshire Light Infantry. 
Weldon, F. H., DSO. Notts and Derby Regiment. 
Lea, H. F., Yorks Regiment. 
Daniell, E. H. E., DSO. Royal Irish Guards. 
Perceval, A. J. B., DSO. Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Maclnnes, D. S.,DSO. Royal Engineers. 
Elliott Lockhart, T. C, DSO. Indian Army. 



Lieutenants. 



Yeomen of the Guard. 

His Majesty's Body Ouard. 
(Instituted by Henry VII. in the Year 1485.) 



Captain Rt. Hon. William Frederick, Earl Waldegrave, 2<5 Aug. 96. 

Licuten'ant Lt.Colonel Sir R. Hennell, 1 DSO. late Bombay Inf., Col. Comdf. and Hon. Col. late 1 Vol. Bn. 

Middlesex Regt. 2 Dec. or. 
JEmign Lt.Colonel Richard Geo. Ellison, 2 CVO. late of 47 Foot, Son. Col. iVol.Bn. Lincoln Begt. 4 Oct. 92. 

Exons. 
Lt.Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson, 3 late of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
Bt. Major Hun. Francis Lionel Lydston Colborne, 5 ret. pay Irish Rifles, 16 Nov. 92 ; Lieut. Colonel 

Commandant 24 Middlesex Volunteer Rifles. 
Captain Houston French,6 retired pay 2 Life Guards, 26 May 95. 

Captain Fen-wick Bulmer de Sales La Terriere,7 ret. pay 18 Hussars ; Hon. Colonel late 7 Battalion 
Royal Fusiliers, :8 Jan. 02. 
Cleric of the Cheque and Adjutant. — Major E. H. Elliot.8 ret. pay Royal Artillery, 10 Dee. 01. 

140 Yeomen. 
Agents. — Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Sir R: Hennell served in the Abyssinian Expedition in 1867-68 (Medal) ; in the Afghan war 1879-80 
(Medal) ; in the Burmese Expedition 1885-87 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, DSO.). 

2 Colonel Ellison served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 47th Regt., including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie): 

s Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the 10th Regt; in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal): Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming party, 
surrender of the fortress, and' battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of the 10th 
Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned in des- 
patches for his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

5 Lt:Colonel the Hon. F. L: L. Colborne served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the march to Candahar 
with the force under Major General Phayre (Medal). Served with the Natal Field Force in the Boer war of 1881 
Was employed with the Boats during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the action of Kirbekan! 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star): Served with the Soudan 
Frontier Field Force in 1885—86 as Senior Officer in charge of Water Transport: 

6 Captain French served with the 2nd Lite Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engage' 
ments at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Ka (sasin (28th August), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star): 

7 Colonel La Terriere served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle ol 
Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Si.rved during the Nile Expedition in 1884-86 with the Egyptiai 
army on the Badouin Frontier, and on the Lines of Communication ; carried the despatches from the front to Kort 
on several occasions, and was Staff Officer at Korti until its evacuation (Clasp). 

8 Major Elliot served in the Zulu campaign in 1879, and was present at the battle of Ulundi (mentioned in despatchei 
Medal with Clasp). 



His Majesty's Body Guard of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 



130 



Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions. 
(Established in the Yeae 1509.) 

Captain Eight Son. Henry, Lord Belper, t6 July 95. 

Lieutenant Sir Henry Hugh Oldham, 1 Knt. CVO. Colonel ret. pay Cameron Hghdrs., 25 June 91. 

Standard Bearer Sir Aubone George Fife," Knight of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, Colonel late 

6 Dragoon Guards, 1 July 00. 

Gentlembh-at-Aeus. 



John Glas Sandeman, 15 MVO. late Captain 

1 Dragoons 

Walter Clopton Wingfield, 19 MVO. late Major 

Montgomery Yeomanry Cavalry 

John Hampden Waller, 21 late Lieut. 28 P 

Charles Cooch, 28 Colonel retired pay 

Henry Brackenbury, 31 late MajorDepot Batt. 
Arthur Allen Owen, 38 Colonel retired pay 88 F. 
Herbert Alex. St. John Mildmay, 39 Lt.Colonel 

late Rifle Brigade 

Chas.Clitherow Gore, 40 Col.ret.pay Irish Rifles 
Charles Wheler Hume," Bt. Major late Rifle 

Brigade: Son. Col. late 4 Bn. W. Kent Begt. 
Christopher Middlemass Davidson, 43 Lt.Col. 

retired pay Munster Fusiliers 

Walter Frederick Kelsey, 47 Colonel retired 

pay Seaforth Highlanders 
jj.«.c.Charles Wyndham Murray, 48 CB. Knight 

of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, MP. for 

Bath, Colonel retired pay Gloucester Regt. 
Augustus James Hill, 49 Lt.Colonel retired pay 

Royal Marine Artillery 
Edward Tufnell, 53 Knight of Grace of St. John 

of Jerusalem, MP. for Soufh-East Essex, 

Lt.Colonel retired pay Irish Regiment 
Edward George Keppel, 57 Lt.Colonel retired 

pay Manchester Regiment 
Alfred Western Hatchell Hornsby - Drake, 58 

Lt.Colonel late Madras Staff Corns 

BrackleyH.Barrington Kennett, 59 Hon. Lt.Col. 

late Major South Yorkshire Regiment 

George Anthony Ellard Gore, 00 Lt.Colonel 

late Royal Marines 

Augustus Fredk. Liddell, 61 Capt. late R. Art.... 
Robert Henry Brooke-HuDt, 62 Lt.Colonel late 

Seaforth Highlanders 

Charles Edgeworth Gubbins, 03 Major late 

Bengal Staff Corps 



Son. William Charnbre Rowley, 64 Major late 



I Wilford Neville LLoyd, 65 Major late R. Art. 
22 Apr. 70 j TiC William _Mordann_t Marsh Edwards, 66 
24 Aug. 70 
14 Mar. 77 

8 Nov. 77 

3 Mar. 85 



16 Oct. 85 
27 Jan. 87 

9 Jan. 88 

5 May 89 

1 Jan. 9c 

1 Jan. 91 



17 July 91 



21 Mar. 94 

17 July 94 

20 Apr. 95 

20 Apr. 95 

1 June 95 
27 July 95 

10 Feb. 96 

1 Jan. 97 



Major late Highland Light Infantry 
Basil Edward Spragge, 67 DSO. Major retired 

pay Yorkshire Light Infantry 
Stewart MacDougall, 68 Major late Argyll and 

Sutherland Higlanders 

W. Kenyon Mitford," CMG. Col. late 8 Huss, 
Chas. Rosdew Burn," 1 Lt.Col. late 1 Dragoons 
John MacRae-Gilstrap, 7 - Major late Black 

Watch; 3 Bn. Black Watch 

Son. Ivan Campbell," 3 Captain late Cameron 

Highlanders 

William Angelo Scott, 74 Major late Lieut, late 

Camerou Highlanders ; Hon. Lt. Colonel 3 

Bn. Boyal Highlanders 

pjs.c. Algernon George A. Durnnd, 75 CB. CIE. 

Colonel late Central Ind. Horse 

Henry Richard Lloyd Howard,™ CB. Colonel 

late 16 Lancers 

¥& Ernest Beachcroft Beckwith Towse," 

Captain late Gordon Highlanders, Esquire 

of St. John of Jerusalem 

John William Marsdin Newton.fO late Major 

Royal Artillery 

Harry William Ralph Ricardo,** 1 Major late 

17 Lancers 

Alwyn de Blaquicre Valentine Paget.is Col. 

late Durham Light Infantry 

Fredr. Colin, Visct. Maitlajd.i'J Lt.Colonel 

late Scots Guards 

Edward Milner.s 2 Major Reserve of Officers, 

retired pay, from Scots Guards 
Harold Gore-Browne, Brev. Colonel Reserve 

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Paget, John Bourke, late Captain n Foot 

"ohn Henry Lowndes, 8 MVO. late Lt.Colonel 
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John Chas. D.Morrison, I3 late Col. R. Marines 
Wm.ChesterMaster, CB.™ late Colonel 28 F. 

Edward Brown, 29 Colonel r.f p. 101 F 

George Henry Pocklington,' u late Lt. Col. 18 
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1 Sir Henry Oldham served in the China Expeditionary Force of i860, and was present in the actions of Sinho 
and Tangku, assault and capture of the North Taku Fort, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served 
in the Cossyah and Jynteah Hill campaign in 1863. 

8 Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the F.astern campaign of 1854-55, including th' 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie oi 26th Oct., and storming 
the Quarries on 7th June — severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Majoi and Lt.Colonel, Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'•> Captain Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campa gn from 17th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in support 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

13 Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado in the River Parana were attacked and carried 
20th Nov. 1845. Served on the China Expedition of 1857-58, including the blockade of the Canton River, the landing 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A.A: General 
to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign in the north of China in i860, including 
the action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo, storm and capture of the North Takoo Fort (mentioned in despatches,) and 
subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

I s Lt.Colonel Sandeman served with the 1st Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Oct: 1854 
and was present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

H Major Wyatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the PersianExpedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghwy, 
action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture of Jhansi 
(Medal with Clasp). 

19 Major Wingfield served with the 1st Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was 
presentatthe fall of theTaku F'orts, and engaged in theaction of Sinho, also those of the 18th and 21st September, com- 
manded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 20th 
September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Waller served in the Oude campaign in 1858, including the capture of the fort of Kaili (Medal). 

22 Colonel Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, an d served with it in Out 
ram's Force at the Alurabagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the capture 
Of Lucknow, as also throughout the Oude campaign of 18.58-59, including the action of Dounderkeira and Buxarghat, 
and capture of the F'ort of Oomerea (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with 
twe Clasps, and a year's service). 



i$oa The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 

28 Colonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov: 1854, including the siege ana fafl 
of Sebastopol and the sorties of the sth.oth and 10th May, defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of the Redan on 
the 18th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals): Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during the siege and final 
assault: 

29 Colonel E. Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Ferozeshah and 
Sobraon (Medal with Clasp). Burmese war of 1852-53, including the recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., relief cf its 
garrison on 14th Dec, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Suppression of the Indian Mutiny, 
including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi and assault of the Eedgate, wounded in five places> in one dan- 
gerously (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian North West Frontier war of 1863, and was 
present at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp): 

80 Lt.Colonel G. H: Pocklington served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medial 
with Clasp for Pegu). Served also in the Crimea from 1st June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal): 

31 Major Brackenbury served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-40, and was present at the 
battle of Goojerat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in February and March 1840, 
(Medal with Clasp). Present with the expedition to the Euzofzie Country and at the attack and capture of insurgent 
villages on the nth and 14th Dec: 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the rank of Captain with the Turkish 
Contingent and performed duty as an Engineer Officer in the Crimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 

38 Colonel A: A. Owen served in the Kafir war in 1877-78, first as Assistant Adjutant General to Colonial Forces 
;nd afterwards as Assistant Adjutant General to the Transkei Field Force, and commanded the attacking column 
in the action at Newmaka and subsequent engagements in the Chicaba and Kei River Valley (mentioned in des- 
patches, and received the thanks of Colonel Glyn, Commanding Transkei Field Force, for having, with assistance, 
saved the life of a private soldier, who was very severely wounded, by carrying him to a place of shelter under a very 
heavy fire) ; also served in the Zulu war in 1879 in command of a draft battalion at Pinetown (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

39 Lt.Colonel H: A. St. John Mildmay served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Sept; 
855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the campaign. 

on the North West Frontier of India in 1864 (Medal). 

49 Colonel Cs C. Gore was present with the 83rd Regiment at the siege and capture of Kotah on the 30th Marcb 
1858, affair at Sanganeer, defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Kotaria, surprise of and attack on the rebels at Seckur (Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the Natal Field Force in the Boer war of i88r: 

43 Colonel A.G: Fifeset ,ed in the defence of Canada in 1866 on the Western Frontier (Medal with Clasp): Served 
with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Khyber Divison of the Cabul Field Force, and took 
part in the expeditions against Asmatulla Khan in the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis ; was 
also present at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl.and Jokan, and in the engagement 
at Nargashaj (Medal). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). Granted a step of 
honorary rank for service in the Field. 

44 Colonel C: W. Hume served with the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade during the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857- 
58, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, and capture of Fort Birwah: Was Staff Officer 
to a Field Force under Brigadier General Wheeler in the final campaign in Bundlecund in 1859 (Medal with Clasp); 
Promoted to an unattached Company for service in the Field. 

45 Lt.Colonel C. M. Davidson served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 as Adjutant of the 4th Regiment, and 
was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

41 Colonel W. F. Kelsey served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 1878- 
till June 1879 with the Koorum Field Force, including the Khost Expedition, and was present in the engagement 
at Mattoon (Medal). Served with the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present in the engagement at Chalouf on the aoth August in command ol four companies of his Battalion, and at 
the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star). 

48 Colonel C: W. Murray was employed during the Russo-Turk ish war in 1878 as Military Attache on the Macedonian 
Frontier and at the Lines, Bulair Gallipole. Served in the Zulu war of 1879, first as Aide de Camp to Major General 
Crealock, commanding the rst Division, and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in the Intelli- 
gence Branch of the Division ; was finally attached in this capacity to Clarke's Column, reconnoitred the country 
beyond Ulundi as far as the Ngome region, and made a reconnaissance of the route to be traversed by the column 
from Ulundi to the Middle Drift of the Tugela River (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp): 
Served in the Afghan war in 1880 with the 72nd Highlanders, and was Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Baker 
in the expedition to the Logar Valley (Medal). Served in the Marri Expedition in i88r under Brigadier General 
Tanner. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Base- 
and Lines of Communication, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt: 
Colonel, Medal wilh Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Bechuanaland Expedition. 
under Sir Charles Warren in 1885 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (ment ioned in despatches): 

49 Lt.Colonel A. J. Hill served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (Medal). 

51 Lt.Colonel Fletcher served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in T863— 64, and was present in 
the engagement with the Mohmunds near Shubkudder (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war in 1882- 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

5 ;! Lt.Colonel E. Tufnell served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

54 Major Granville served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854 including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's Army 
before Lucknow on 14th Nov. 1857, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 
at Cawnpore on 6th December and at the fall of Lucknow in March 1858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps): 

5 ' Lt.Colonel E. G. Keppel served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882-, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star): 

58 Lt.Colonel Hornsby-Drake served with the 1st Madras Cavalry in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal): Served 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with Clasp). 

59 Major B. H: B. Kennett served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (Medal with Clasps- 
Served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the expedition to the Bazar 
Valley and in the operations in the Lughman and Hissarik Valleys — wounded (Medal). 

09 Lt.Colonel Gore served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star): 

Gl Captain A. F. Liddell served in the Afghan war of 1878—80, and was present during the operations round Cabul 
in December T879, including the storming of the Asmai Heights (mentioned in despatches) and in the engagement 
at Charasiah on the 25th April 1880 (Medal with Clasp): Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and was present 
in the engagements at Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba and at the destruction of Temai (Medal with two Clasps, and' 
Khedive's Star); 

62 Lt.Colonel R: H: Brooke-Hunt served with the 72nd Highlanders in the Afghan war from March 1879 till 
January i860 with the Koorum and Cabul Field Forces, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah (mentioned! 
in despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (Medal with two Clasps): Served with the 1st 
Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

68 Major C: E. Gubbins served with the Koorum Valley Field Force in the Afghan war in 1879 (Medal): Served: 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp): 

04 Major Hon: W. C. Rowley served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march- 
to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Bronze 
O ecoration). 533 



The Honourable Corjps of Gentlemen-at-Arms* 130& 

63 Major W: N: LLoyd served in the Kafir war of 1877-78, and was present during the operations in the Cis-Kei 
and Perie Bush in command of a division of field guns. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present 
in command of the Royal Artillery of Pearson's Column at the engagement of Inyezane (mentioned in report), and 
during the investment of Ekowe (mentioned in report) ; afterwards accompanied the advance of the 1st Division 
(mentioned in General Crealock's despatch, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 under 
Sir Gerald Graham with the Cavalry Brigade, and was present in the engagement at El Teb (Medal with'Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star) ; afterwards presented the Mahdi's standard, taken at Tokar, to Her Majesty the Queenlat Windsor; 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87, first as Adjutant to Royal Artillery ; afterwards organised and 
equipped the Gardner Machine Gun Battery and accompanied the expedition to the Ruby Mines in command of the 
Royal Artillery (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

66 Major W: M. M. Edwards served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyp'i-n war of 1882, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — wounded (Victoria Cross, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; was 
awarded the Ui£ " for the conspicuous bravery displayed by him during the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, on the 13th Sep- 
tember, 1882, in leading a party of the Highland Light Infantry to storm a redoubt: Lieutenant Edwards (who 
was in advance of his party) with great gallantry rushed alone into the battery, killed the Artillery Officer in charge, 
and was himself knocked down by a gunner with a rammer, and only rescued by the timely arrival of three men of 
his_ regiment." 

67 Lt. Colonel BJ E: Spragge served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General J: Doran in the Jowaki campaign in 
1877 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 51st Light Infantry and as Superintendent of Army Signalling in the 
Afghan war of 1878—80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886—89 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, DSO., and two Clasps). 

68 Major S. MacDougall served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the Cameron Highlanders, and was present at the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir — severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

70 Colonel \V. K. Mitford served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal): 

71 Lt.Colonel C. R; Burn served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Orderly Officer to Major General M'Queen 
Commanding the Hazara Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp): 

72 Major MacRae-Gilstrap. — For War Services, see Militia (Black Watch): 

7a Captain Hon. I. Campbell served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 with the Cameron Highlanders, and 
was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

7 * Lt.Colonel W: A' Scott.— For War Services, see Militia (Black Watch): 

T6 Colonel A. G. A. Durand served in Afghan war in 1878-80 with the Khyber Field Force, and took part in the march 
from Cabul to relief of Candahar and action of 1st Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Bronze Star). Served in the Hunza-Nagar 
Expedition in 1891-92 in command of the Force — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

76 Colonel H. R. L. Howard served in the Zulu campaign in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war 
in 1899-1901 in command of the 9th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry from 3rd Feb. 1900 to 18th May 1901 ; took part 
in operations in the Orange Free State 1900 ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including action at Rhenoster 
Kop ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, 1900 ; in Orange River Colony 1900 ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to 
Jan. 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. and Feb. 1901. and March to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. and March 
1901 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

77 Captain E. B. B. Towse served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion 
Gordon Highlanders, including the storming of the Malakand Pass (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on 
the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1898 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with 
the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders (two Clasps). Served in the South African war of 1899-1900, and was present 
with the Kimberley Relief Force at the engagement at Magersfontein — dangerously wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, U(ff, Medal with three Clasps); was awarded the Victoria Cross for the following service: — "On the nth 
December 1899, at the action of Magersfontein, Captain Towse was brought to notice by his Commanding Officer for his 
gallantry and devotion in assisting the late Colonel Downman, when mortally wounded, in the retirement, and en- 
deavouring, when close up to the front of the firing line, to carry Colonel Downman on his back ; but finding this not 
possible, Captain Towse supported him till joined by Colour-Sergeant Nelson and Lance-Corporal Hodgson. On the 
30th April 1900, Captain Towse, with twelve men, took up a position on Mount Thaba, far away from support. A 
force of about 150 Boers attempted to seize the same plateau, neither party appearing to see the other until they were 
but 100 yards apart. Some of the Boers then got within 40 yards of Captain Towse and his party, and called on him 
to surrender. He at once caused his men to open fire and remained firing himself until, severely wounded (both eyes 
shattered), succeeded in driving off the Boers. The gallantry of this Officer in vigorously attacking the enemy (for he 
not only fired, but charged forward) saved the situation, notwithstanding the numerical superiority of the Boers." 

7 8 Colonel A. de B. V. Paget served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Commandant of British Troops Base Depot (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

"9 Viscount Maitland served in the South African war in 1899^900 with the Imperial Yeomanry (men- 
tioned in despatches). 

8" Lt.Colonel J| W. M. Newton served in the Afghan war in 1878-80 was present at the action of Ali Kheyl, and 
assault of Zawa (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901, commanded 
Royal Artillery at Krugersdorp, afterwards on the Staff, took part in the operations in the Transvaal, March to 
Nov. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps). 

"I Major H. W. R. Ricardo served in the Nile Expedition in 1898, was attached to Egyptian Cavalry for Special 
Service, was present at the battle of Khartoum (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1900—01 and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River; 
in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; in the 
Transvaal, West of Pretoria, July to 29 Nov. 1900 including actions at Eland's River; in Orange River Colony, 
May to 29 Nov. 1900, including actions at Bethlehem, Wittebergen and Caledon River; also in Orange River Colony, 
30 Nov. to Dec. 00, Jan. to Feb. 1901. and April to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony, Dec, 1900 to Jan. 1901, Febl 
to April 1901, and June to Nov. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps) 

t2 Major Milner served in expedition to Soudan in 1885 with 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, and was present in 
engagements at Hasheen and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star. Also served in South African war in 
1900— 02 with 2nd Battalion Scots Guards and was present at operations in Orange River Colony (May to 29th Nov. 
1900), action at Biddulphsberg, and action in Wittebergen (1st to 29th July 1900) (Medal with three Clasps). 



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IRopal Company of arcbers 

Tlie King's Bud;/ Guard for Scotland. 
(Organised in the Year 1676 : Re-Constituted by Queen Anne, 1703.) 



Captain General. 

Buccleuch, William Henry Walter, Duke of, KG. KT. late Lt. Colonel Midlothian Yeomanry 27 Feb. 00 

Captains (4). 
Wemyss, Francis Richard, Earl of, VD. A.D.C. Colonel late 7 Middlesex Volunteer Rifles {London Scottish) 22 May 90 
Rosebery, Archibald Philip, Earl of, KG. KT. VD. Hon. Colonel 1 Midlothian Royal Garrison Artillery 

(Volunteers), and 8 Volunteer Battalion Royal Scots 24 May 00 

Fergusson, Might Hon. Sir James, 1 Bart. GCSI. KCMG. CIE. Colonel late 3 Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers 22 May 02 
Haddington, George Arden, Earl of, KT A.D.C. Colonel, Lothians and Berwickshire Imperial Yeomanry... 26 May 04 

Lieutenants (4). 
Home, Charles Alexander, Earl of, KT. Colonel ; Hon. Colonel 3/4 Bus. The Cameronians (Scottish 

Rifles) and Lanarkshire Imperial Yeomanry 19 May 98 

Elgin and Kincardine, Victor Alexander, Earl of, KG. GCSI. GCIE. Hon. Colonel Fife Royal Garrison 

Artillery Volunteers 24 May 00 

Balfour of Burleigh, Alexander Hugh, Lord, KT. late Captain 3 Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 22 May 02 
Polwarth, Walter Hugh, Lord ' 26 May 04 

Ensigns (4). 
Aberdeen, John Campbell, Earl of, GCMG. Hon. Colonel, 1 Aberdeenshire Royal Garrison Art. Volunteers 24 May 96 

Tweeddale, William Montague, Marquess of, KT 24 May 00 

Linlithgow, John Adrian Louis, Marquess of, KT. GCMG. GCVO. Hon. Lt. Colonel, Forth Division Sub- 
marine Miners, Royal Engineers Volunteers 22 May °2 

Macdonald, Right Hon. Sir John Hay Athole, KCB.VD. Hon. Colonel The Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade 

Royal Scots 22 May 90 

Brigadiers (12). 

Dalkeith, John Charles, Earl of, late Lieutenant Royal Navy 21 May 91 

Sceales, James, Esquire 21 May 91 

Hutchison, James Thomas, Esquire 21 May 91 

Abercorn, James, Duke of, KG. CB. Colonel, late 5 Battalion Inniskilling Fusiliers 24 May 94 

Breadalbane, Gavin, Marquess of, KG. ADC. Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. Colonel, 

5 Volunteer Battalion Black Watch 24 May 94 

Saltoun, Alexander William Frederick, Lord, Lt. Colonel, late Grenadier Guards 24 May 94 

Leven and Melville, Ronald Ruthven, Earl of. 20 May 97 

Craig, Sir James Henry Gibson, Bart 24M ay 00 

Stuart, John Alexander Man,2 CB. CMG. Knight of Justice of St. John of Jtrusalem, Lt.Col. and Colonel, 

late 3 Battalion Gordon Highlanders ; (Adjf.) 24 May 00 

Elphinstone, Sidney Herbert, Lord 24 May 00 

Lockhart, Sir Simon Macdonald,3 Bart. MVO. Colonel, late 1 Life Guards, Lt.Col. Lanarkshire Imperial 

Yeomanry 22 May 02 

Jlinto, Gilbert John,* Earl of, GCMG. VD. late Scots Guard* and late Colonel Scottish Borderers 

Volunteer Brigade 26 May 04 

Stair, John Hew North Gustav Henry, Earl of, Major, lute Royal Horse Guards, Hon. Lt. Colonel 

Ayrshire Imperial Yeomanry 26 May 04 

Adjutant.— Stuart, Colonel J. A. M. CB. CMG 22 May 02 

Surgeon. — Annandale, Thomas, FRCS. MD 24 May 00 

Uniform. — Green. Facings. — Green Velvet. 

Sir James Fergusson served with the Grenadier Guards in the Eastern Campaign of 1834-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman — wounded — and the siege of Sebastopol (Hedal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

2 Colonel Stuart served with the field force under Brigadier Murray, R. Artillery, employed en the 
30-mile radius round Shanghai during the summer of 1863 (Medal). Also with the Anglo-Chinese Contingent in 
Colonel Gordon's Taeping campaigns of 1863-64, and was present during the operations before Soochow and 
at the siege and storming of Changchow (Chinese Medal, and 2nd Class of the order of the Precious Star). 
Took part in the negotiations at Fort Zelandia, Island of Formosa, in 1S69. (Mentioned in despatches). Was 
selected in 1873 to raise a corps of Military Police for the treaty district of Newchwang, Southern Manchuria, 
at that time infested by mounted banditti, and subsequently commanded the force embodied (received the thanks 
of the British and Italian Ministers and of the Imperial Commissioner, with the Brevet of Colonel in the 
Chinese army and the Cross of the Italian Crown 4th Class). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as 
Boat Officer and Staff Officer and afterwards as Commandant at Dal (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Received the thanks of the Egyptian Government and the 4th Class of the Osmanieh for his services as Aide 
de Camp to General Valentine Baker Pasha, and Acting Deputy Inspector General of Gendarmerie in 1886-88. 
Commandant at Base and on Line of Communications, Ashanti Campaign, 1000 (twice mentioned in despatches, 
CB. ; Medal.) 

3 Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Life Guards, and was present 
in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin (28th August), and at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

4 The Earl of Minto served with the Turkish Army during the campaign on the Danube in 1877, and was 
present at the crossing of that river and at the bombardment of Nikopolis (Turkish Medal). Was attached to 
the Head Quarters' Staff in Afghanistan in 1878 (Medal). Employed in the Egyptian Expedition 1882, and was 
wounded at the action of Mahutu (mentioned in despatches, Medal, Bronze Star, 4th Class of the Medjidie). 
Was Chief of the Staff during the North West Rebellion in 1885, and took part in the action at Batoche (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasii). 

The Chaetee granted by Queen Anne, dated 31st December, 1703. confirms to the Royal 
Company of Archers "as now constituted under a President and Council" . . . "according to 
their former use and wont" . . . "all laws and acts sanctioned in their favour in time of our 
illustrious predecessors, and the rules and constitutions framed by them for their own better 
government" ; . . . "and we will and grant, and for us and our foresaids give and concede" to 
our foresaid Royal Company, and the Council thereof "full power of assuming such other 
Members as they may judge fit, and of nominating . . . such other officers who to them shall 
seem proper " subject to the Sovereign's approval under His Majesty's hands. 

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Park.] 1st Life Guards. 13 2 

The Boyal Arms. "DBiiiirsBir" "Pbkixsula" ' Watbbloo" "E&tpt 1882" " Tbl-el-Kbbib" 
" SorTH Apeica, 1899-1900" "Relief op Kimbeblex" " Paabdebeb&.' 
CoIomI in Chief.— Bis Majesty THE KING. 
Colonel.— Dudley Charles, Lord de Roe, KB. KCVO. Ensign, 7 Feb. 45 ; Lieut. 5 May 48 ; Captain, 21 Oct. «• 

Lt. Colonel, 30 Aug. 59 ; Colonel, 30 Aug. 64 ; Major General, 15 Jan. 70 ; Lieut. General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel, 

Uentenant'colonel.— Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley,3 M VO. Lieut, n Sept. 76; Captain, 21 July 86; 
Major, 5 May 94 ; Breoet Lt.Colonel, 6 Dec. 98 ; Bt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 00) ; Lt.Colonel, 6 Dec. 02. 



Majors. 

Hon. Cecil Edward Bingham* MVO. ) ' 

(Bt.Lt.Col. 2Q Nov. 00), 2nd in Command > 

29 Nov. 03 ; 

George FranciB Milner, 5 DSO 

Edwin Berkeley Cook 



2SV LIBTJT. I 



9 Sept. 82 26 Oct. 92 



9 July 90] 



27 Jan. 
4 July 



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Captains. 

Geo. Lindsay Holford,C/jS. CVO. Esquire^, 
of St. John of Jerusalem, Equerry in > 

Waiting to the King ) 

B.S.B. Adolphus 0. A. A. E. G. P. L. L.,~| I 
Duke o/Teck, 6 GCVO. Knight of Justice I 
of St. John of Jerusalem, Military Attache, C 

Vienna, Kith rank of Lt.Colonel J : 

Hugh Craufurd Keith-Fraser, 8 Adj. City } 
of London Imp. Yeomanry, 16 Sept. 03... / I 

Harold Maxwell WalkerO | 

Philip Blenco we Cookson 10 j 

Frederick Henry Walter Carden 12 

John Spencer Cavendish, DSO. i3 

Harold Greenwood Henderson, 1 * I 

Hon. Fred. Edward Guest 15 i 

Walter Waring 16 1 

Edgar Hugh Brassey, Adjt. 6 Sept. 05... 
Lionel E. Hamilton Marmaduke Darell, 
Adjutant Gloucester Imperial Yeomanry 
with rank of Captain, 1 Jan. 04 . 

LlEUTBNiSTS. 

Bon. Algernon Francis Stanley,' 8 Aide de ~) 
Camp to Major General J. B. Slade $ 

Robert Hamilton Stubber 19 

Bon. Coulson Churchill Fellowes 

Vincent Thomas Joseph Eyre^O 

Francis Charles Adelburt Henry, Vitct. 1 
Newry and Mourne / 

Lord Hugh William Grosvenor 

Hon. Edward Scawen Wyndham 



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25 Oct. 99 
22 May 01 
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SBCOHD LlEUTBlfAWTS. 

J/oH.Geo.VereArundellMonckton-Arundell, 28 Sept. 04 

;Godfrey Edward Miller Mundy | 28 Jan. 05 

jWilliam George Montagu, Earl of Gifford 26 Aug. 05 

\Riding Master. — Douglas Hall, 21 8 May 39 ; Bon. Captain, 8 May 99; Bon. Major, 8 May 04. 
Quarter Master. — Charles Yeatman, 4 May 04 : Bon. Lieut. 

Medical Officers.— Benjamin W. C. Deeble, LUCP.Edin. MBCS. 23 July 02 ; Surg. Maj. 3 Feb. 95; Surg. 
Lt.Col. 3 Feb. 03. 
Basil Pares, 15 Oct. 02; Surg. Lieut. 14 Nov. ; Surg. Capt. 14 Nov. 03. 
.Veterinaru Officer.— Vet. Major John A. Meredith, FBCVS. 8 Jan. 02; Vet. Lieut. 10 Dec. 84; Captain, 
10 Dec. 94 ; Major, 20 Mar. 02. 



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Returned from France, January 1816. Detachment embarked for South Africa, 29 Nov. 1899; returned 28 Nov. 1900. 



3 Colonel Calley served with 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El 
Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and at the capture of Cairo (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as second in command of Regiment 
of Household Cavalry ; also as Commandant of Cavalry Details at Naauwpoort, afterwards as Camp Commandant at 
Kroonstadt ; took part in relief of Kimberley, also operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900 ; at Paardeberg, 
and actions at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in Orange River Colony, including action at Bethlehem ; in Cape Colony, 
south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal 
with five Clasps). p 

* Lt.Colonel Hon. C. E. Bingham served in South African war in 1899-1901 as Aide de Camp to Lt. General Sir J. 
French, and subsequently as a Deputy-Assistant Adjutant General ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in 
operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and 
Karee Siding, and at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast : and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with six Clasps). 

5 Major Milner served in South African war in 1899-1902 with Regiment of Household Cavalry, and in 1901 as 
Staff Officer to Brigadier General Broadwood ; also Special Service Officer for Mounted Infantry, and was employed with 
Imperial Yeomanry ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 
1900 ; at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in Transvaal 
in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in Cape Colony, south of 
Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; was in command of Imperial Yeomanry Battalion 30th Nov. 1901 to 31st 
May 1902 ; in the Transvaal July 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony, April 1901 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in des- 
patches, DSO , Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Major H.S.H. the Duke of Teck served in South African war in 1899-1900 as Regimental Transport Officer 
to Regiment of Household Cavalry ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State 
Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River and 



i3^« The ist Life Guards. 

Zand River ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; 
in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including action at Eland's River ; in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with six Clasps). 

H Captain Keith-Fraser served in South African war in 1899 -1900 as Adjutant South African Light Horse, and was 
present at relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso (Medal with two Clasps). — [See also Civil Decorations for 
Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

'■' Captain Walker served in Uganda, December 1899 to September 1901. Served in South African war in 1902 with 
Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with two Clasps). 

1° Captain Cookson served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service; took part in operations 
in Orang eFree State Feb. to May 1900, including defence of Wepener ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to Nov. 
1900, including action at Belfast ; in Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in 
Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal with four Clasps). 

i- Captain Garden served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 12th Lancers ; took part in advance on Kim- 
berley, including action at Magersfontein ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in the Orange 
Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; in 
the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Trans- 
vaal, west of Pretoria, in 1900, including actions at Eland's River ; and in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (Medal with five Clasps). 

l< Captain Cavendish served in South African war in 1899-1900 as Divisional Signalling Officer, 2nd Division, South 
African Field Force ; was present at relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; took part in operations of 17th 
to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; also of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; onTugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb., and action at Pieter's Hill ; in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including action at Zand 
River ; in the Transvaal in May and June T900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ! in 
the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including actions at Eland's River ; and in Orange River Colony, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

14 Captain Henderson served in South African war in 1899-1900 ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part 
in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange 
River 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (Medal with two Clasps). 

1-5 Captain Hon. F. B; Guest served in Nile Expedition in 1899, and took part in operations resulting in final defeat of 
the Khalifa (mentioned in despatches, Egyptian Medal with two Clasps). Served in South African war in 1901 as Station 
Commandant (Medal with five Clasps). 

1G Captain Waring served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; took part in 
operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Driefon- 
tein, Houtnek, Zand River, and Vet River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria^ including actions at Eland's River ; in Orange River 
Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 
including actions at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, Meda! with six Clasps). 

l H Lieut. Hon. A. F. Stanley served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service, and took part in operations 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River (Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Lieut. R. Hamilton Stubber served in South African war in 1900-1902 with Imperial Yeomanry on Special Service 
Medal with five Clasps). 

20 Lieut. Eyre served in South African war with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with three Clasps)^ 

- 1 Riding Master and Hon. Major D. Hall served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service (Medal with 
two Clasps). 



Fall 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay 



Hyde Park. ] 2nd Life Guards. 133 

The Royal Arms. "Dbttingbn" "Peninsula" "Watbbloo" "Egypt, 1882" "Tel-sl-Kbbik " 
"South: Aebica, 1899-1900" "Relief of Kisibeblev" "Paabdebbbg." 
Colonel in Chief.— His Majesty THE KING. _ , , 

Colonel.— Francis Wallace Lord Grenfell, 3 GCB. GCMG. [Ri, Ensign p Aug. 59; Lieut. 21 July 63; 
Captain, 28 Oct. 71 ; Brevet Major, 11 Nov. 78; Major, 1 July 81 ; Brevet Lieut. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 ; 
Colonel, 18 Nov. 82; Major General, 3 Aug. 89; Lieut. General, 1 Apr. 98; General, 16 Mar. 04; Colonel 
Commandant King's Royal Rifles, 7 Aug. 98 ; Colonel 2 Life Guards, 10 Apr. 05. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Charles Frederick St. Clair Anstruther-Thomson,* DSO. MVO. ; Lieut. 13 June 74; 
Captain 12 Jan. 85 ; Major, is Jan. 95 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Jan. 02 ; Lt. Colonel, 12 Jan. 03 ; Col. 13 July °5- 



2ND LIEUT. 



Oct. 



Majors. 

Mountifort John Courtnay Longfield 5 
(Bt.Lt. Colonel 12 Jan. 03), 2nd in Com- 
mand 29 Nov. 03 

Oswald Henrv Ames 

Thomas, Earl of Longford,7 KV 5 Feb. 



Captains. 



n-> 23 



Algernon Francis Holford Ferguson 1 * 22 Aug, 

Sydney Thornhill Hankey,9 Adjt. Surrey ~> 

Imperial Yeomanry 6 May 01 $ 

John Chaytor Brinton, 10 DSO. MVO 

Algernon Richard Trotter, 11 MVO. DSO. ... 
Claude Champion-de Crespigny, 12 DSO... 
Son. Malcolm Bowes -Lyon 13 , Adjutant) 

12 Jan. 03 ) 

Hon. Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill 16 

Ralph Francis Howard, Earl o/"Wicklow l: . 



1 July 3i 



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14 Mar. 88 



14 May 84 26 Oct. 92; 
16 May S3 12 Jan. 95' 



i2 Jan. 99 

12 Jan, 02 
12 Jan. 03 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

Sir Geo. Lionel Lawson Bagot Prescott, 18 ) 

Bart S 

Stewart Barton Bythesea Dyer, 19 DSO. \ 

Egyptian Army / 

Archibald Seton, Lord Montgomerie 

Hugh Cecil Sam Ashton 

Robert George Vivian Duff 

Sir Morgan George Crofton,2i Bart 

Alexander Moore Vandeleur 

Charles Ralph Campbell 

Hartopp Francis Chas.AdderleyCradock, \ 

■2nd Lieut. 2 Dragoons, 26 Mar. 02 $ 

Thomas Claud Gurney, 28 Lieut. 1 Dra-~> 

goons, 22 June 01 } 



Second Libctenant. 
Frank Penn 



28 June 90 13 Apr. 

28 Jan. 91 13 Apr. 
92 
95 



10 Feb. 
3 July 

3 Jnly 
26 Mav 
16 Feb. 



12 Jan. 92 22 May 95 2 9 Nov 00 
92 20 May 96 
92 12 Jan. 



5 Apr. 
S Au<2 



25 June 98 

11 Jan. 99 

18 Oct. 99 

28 Feb. 00 

11 July 00 

20 May 99' 

22 Apr. 03I 
4 July 

16 Dec. 
2; Jan. 



14 Jan. 05 



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26 May 97 

15 June 98 
26 Apr. 99 



3 Feb. 00 

17 Apr. 00 

8 Aug. 00 

8 Aug. 00 

25 Sept. 01 

5 Jan. 03 

21 Oct. 03 

11 Feb. 05 



99 

16 Nov. 99' 
3 Feb. 00 1 

17 Apr. 00' 
3 Jan. 
3 Sept. 02 



24 Feb. 
2 Sept. 



Riding Matter.— Henry Grove, 11 May 04 ; Hon. Lieut. 
4 I ... Quarter Matter.— James William Baldock.W) 23 Apr. o? ; Hon. Lieut. 

■ ■ Medical Officers— Surgeon Major John Henry Power, LRCSI. LRCP. 21 Oct. 03. 

Surg. Capt. Robert Macnamara Cowie, R. A. Med. Corps, 15 Oct. 02 ; Surq. Captain 
11 Apr. 04. ' 

Veterinary Officer.— Vet. Captain Edward P. J. Barry, 8 Feb. 02 ; Vet. Lieut. 22 Aug. 94 ; Capt. 20 Mar. 02. 

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Returned from France, February 1816. Detachment embarked for South Africa, 29 Nov. 1S99 ; returned, 28 Nov. 1900. 



133* 2 >id Life Guards. 

4 Colonel Anstruther-Thomson served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the Household Cavalry Regiment 
in command of the 2nd Life Guards Squadron during the advance on Pretoria, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar 
Grove and Driefontein ; and in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond 
Hill (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

5 Lt.Colonel Longfield served in the Nile Expedition ini884-85 with the 2nd Life Guards Detachment of the Camel 
Corps (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

7 The Earl of Longford served in^the South African war in 1900 with the Imperial Yeomanry — wounded at 
Lindley; in 1902 in command of the 29th Battalion Imperial Yeoman y, with rank of Lt.Colonel (Medal with five 
Clasps). 

8 Major Ferguson served in the SouthfAfrican war in i8g9-rgoo as Adjutant of the Regiment of Household 
Cavalry, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State and Transvaal : and 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with six Clasps). "" 

•' 9 Captain S. T: Hankey. — See Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," page 1162! 

W Captain Brinton served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and was present 
at the battle of Khartoum— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with 
Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to General French, and was present at relief of 
Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg and action at Driefon- 
tein ; in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond_HilL.(mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

11 Captain Trotter served in the South African war'in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to Sir Redvers Buller during the 
operations in Natal, and was present at relief of Ladysmith, including operations on Tugela Heights (twice mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

12 Captain Champion de Crespigny served in South African war in 1899-1900 and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and action at Poplar 
Grove — severely wounded ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (men- 
tioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 

13 Captain Hon. M. Bowes-Lyon served in South African war attached to the 10th Hussars from 5th Nov. 1899 to 
24th Dec. 1900, and as Captain 29th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry from 4th Jan. to end of war ; was present at relief 
of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State rgoo, including Paardeberg ; in the Transvaal in May 
and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond Hill ; in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Wittebergen ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; and in Cape Colony 
May 1902 (Medal with seven Clasps). 

li> Captain Hon. A. E. B. O'Neill served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of 
the Household Cavalry Regiment, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State 
1900, including Paardeberg and action at Driefontein ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions 
at Colesberg (Medal with three Clasps). 

17 The Earl of Wicklow served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of the House- 
hold Cavalry Regiment, and also served as Brigade Signalling Officer ; was present at the relief of Kimberley, and took 
part in operations in Orange Free State 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and action at Driefontein ; and in 
Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg (Medal with three Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Sir G. L. L. B. Prescott served in South African war in 1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of the House- 
hold Cavalry Regiment, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 1900, in the Transvaal, and in Orange River 
Colony 1900, including actions at Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

19 Lieut; Dyer served in the operations in Northern Nigeria in 1900 (mentioned in despatches): Served in the 
Bornu Expedition in West Africa in 1902 (mentioned in despatches): Also in the operations in the Bassana and 
Wurkum Countries — slightly wounded. Served in the Kano-Sokato Expedition in West Africa in 1903 — twice wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

24 Sir M: G: Crofton served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 
with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and was present in the engagement at Venters Spruit — severely wounded ; also took 
part in operations in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 (Medal with two Clasps). 

28 Lieut: T: C: Gurney served in the South African war in 1901-2 on the Staff, and took part in the operations in 
the Transvaal, May to August 1901, and March to 31st May 1902 ; also in the operations in Orange River Colony, 
August igoi to March 1902, and in Cape Colony in May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps): 

80 Lieut. Baldock served in South African war in i8gg-igoo with the Household Cavalry Regiment, and was present 
at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State, including Paardeberg and action at Driefon- 
tein ; in the Transvaal May and June igoo, including actions at Johannesburg and Diamond Hill ; in Orange River 
Colony igoo, including actions at Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Coles- 
berg (Medal with six Clasps). 



Windsor. 

Vears'Ser I 
Full I Half, 
Pay. I Pay. 



Royal Horse Guards (The Blues). 



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" South Afbica, 1899-1900," " Relief or Kimbeblet "Paabdebebg 



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16 
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^ "^^^rSj^rStwolseley,' KP. GCB. OM GCMG Colonel *. Chief Bo,**™* 

Reqiment [R] ; Ensign, 12 March 52 ; Lieut. 16 May 53 ; Captain 26 .Jan. 55 i Bt Major, ^ Mar. 58 ; WJ*. 
cX"// 26 Apr. 59; iLTu/o,-, 15 Feb. 61 ; CWone/, 5 June 65: Jfa;oi- e«H«-a?, 6 Mar. 60 ; Lt. General, 25 
Max 78: SeL-i.tBNoV.Sz; Kelt Martial, 26 Ma y94 i ««rt Royal Horse Guards, 29 Mar. 95 
Lieutenant Colonel.-Henry Thomas Penwick,S MVO. DSO. Lieut, xi Mar: 85 ; Copf. 15 Apr. 9: ; Mojor, 
19 Sept. 96; Bt.lt. Colonel, 7 Oct. 99; Zf. Colonel, 7 Oct. 03; Colonel, 7 Oct. o+. 



Majobs. 



2ND LIEUT 



Arthur Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-L,ee<^ 

(Bt.Lt. Colonel, 7 Oct. 03), 2nd ta Com- >• 

mand, 7 Oct. 03 y 

Gordon Chesney Wilson,? Jf TO * May 

Wilfred Francis Ricardo* 16 May 



Captains. 

Gerald James FitzGerald» 

William Dixon Mann-Thomson 

John Geo. Marquis of Tullibardine.li 

MVO. DSO. Commanding Scottish Hone 

Imperial Yeomanru 

Ron. Alg. Hy. Chas. Hanbury-Tracy,!- 

Adjt. Shropshire Imp. Tea. 23 Sept. 04.... 
Henrv William, Viset. Cricbton," -DSO. 
Hon.' Arthur Vesey Meade.i"' Adjutant 

25 Mar. 04 

Hon. Dudley Churchill Marjoribanks, 1 ' 

MVO. DSO. Mil. Soc. to lord Sel borne. 
Charles Stewart Henry, Viset. Castle- 

I reagh, MVO 

iH.S.lf. Prince AlexanderAug.Fred.Wm. 

Alfred George of Teck 19 ,GC .VDOSO. 
\ KniqhtofJusticeofSt.Joh n of Jerusalem; 

j Aldershot 

Harold Ernest Brassey l 'J 

'Adrian Rose- 



17 July 
4 Mar. 




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7 Oct. 99. 



14 Jan. 
7 Oct. 



99- 



89 24 Sept. 90 6 Feb. 95 1 
91 5 Apr. 93 4 Mar. 96 



23 Dec. 92 30 Dec. 93 2 ° Nov - 9° =9 ~Sov. 00 



Lieutenants. 



Reginald, Lord Herbert, MVO 

William Lenox Naper 

Charles John Alton Chetwynd, Viset.') 

Ingestre S 

Owain Edward Whitehead Greaves 

John Peter Gerald Maurice Fitzgerald 

Richard Granville Hylton Hovvard-Vyse .. 

Geoffrey Vaux Sftlvin Bowlby 

Lord Alastair Robert Tnnes-Ker. 26 Lieut. ) 

r Dragoon Guards, 1 Jan. 05 ) 



Second Lieutenants. 

Charles Henry Alexander, Marquis of\ 
Adj" 



23 Dec. 
5 May 

13 Feb. 

3 July 

3 Sept. 

24 Oct. 

8 Sept. 
29 Mar. 



92' 18 Apr. 94! 1 Feb. 00 2 Feb. 00 

g 4 6 Feb. 95 24 Feb. 00 

95 4 Mar. 96 24 Feb. 00 

95 13 Jan. 97 2; Mar. 04 

97 30 Aug. 99] Apr. 04 



94: 26 June 99 

07 9 Oct. 99 
99 24 Feb. 00 



6 Sept. 99; 

15 Nov. 99 

n Apr. 00 

4 July 00 

22 Oct. 02 

10 Dec. 02 

9 Mar. 04 

21 Feb. 00 



3 Sept, 04 

S . I 
23 Sept. 041 

29 Apr. 05 



8 Aug. 

8 Aug. 00 

15 Jan. 02 

29 Jan. 02 

5 Mar. 04 

6 Apr. 04 
1 Feb. 05 

24 Jan. 05 



58 Henry Alexander, jim-qms <>/ 1 _ 

lesea 1 6 Jlay ° 3 \ 



On Probation. 

Frederick John, Lord Gerard 10 May 05 

John Fenwick Harrison I 3 June 05 

iArthur William Foster 7 Juno 05 

\ Riding Master. — William Henry King, :; 10 June 85 ; Hon. Captain, to June 95 ; Hon. Major, x Jan. 03 
Quarter Master. — Charles E. Harford, 13 Dec. 05 ; Hon. Lieut. 
IMedical Officers.— Hugh Rayner, MB. MRCS. [3 Feb. 97; Surg. Capt. 30 Jan. 86; Sura. Major, 19 Juneoo. 

St. J. B. Killery, 4 May 04 ; Surg. Capt. 
Veterinary Officer. — Vet. Major Francis Binyoun Drage,88 z Mny 97; Vet. Lieut. 1 8 July 88; Captain, 
?3 July 98; Major, 18 July 03. 



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1 Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852—53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and was severely wounded when leading the 
storming party against the chief's stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea 
with the 90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and was employed in the trenches as Acting Engineer until Sebas- 
topol was taken ; was engaged in the assault and defence of the Quarries on 7th June, and on duty in the trenches 
at the attack of the 18th June ; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when in charge of the advanced sap 
(several times mentioned in despatches Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class 
of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at the relief oi 
I.ucknow, defence of the Alurnbagh by Outram, with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
subsequently as D.A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at the affair of Baree, action at Nawabgunger and 
all the others fought by that force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brevet cf Lt.Col., Medal wilh Cbsp). Served 



*34 a Royal Horse Guards {The Blues). 



in the war of i860 in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and was present at the assault of the Taku 
Forts, and in all the engagements throughout the campaign (promoted Major unattached, Medal with two Clasps); 
Commanded the expedition sent in 1870 from Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel 
Government established at Fort Garry against the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael and St. 
George and Companion of the Bath for his services upon that occasion (Medal). Was Governor and Commander 
of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti war of 1873—74 (received thethanksof both Housesof Parliament, 
promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, GCMG. KCB. and Medal with Clasp). At a 
meeting of the Common Council of the Corporation of I.ondon it was unanimously resolved as follows : — " That the 
honorary freedom of this City, with a sword of the value of 100 guineas, be presented to Major General Sir Garnet 
Joseph Wolseley, KCB. GCMG., in recognition of his gallant services in the British Army, and especially in reference 
to the distinguished ability and gallantry displayed by him in his command of the expedition Jo the Gold Coast, by 
which he obtained results conducive to peace, commerce, and civilisation on the continent of Africa." And this Court 
desires also to record its admiration of the patient endurance of hardship exhibited, and the valuable co-operation 
and assistance rendered to Sir Garnet Wolseley, by the gallant officers and men of both services and of all arms engaged 
in the expedition." Was sent to South Africa in June 1879 as Governor and High Commissioner of Natal and lands 
adjacent, with local rank of General. Completed the subjugation of the Zulus and brought the Zulu war to a con- 
clusion." Afterwards overpowered Sekukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold ; and finally subdued 
the disaffected Boers and completed the annexation of the Transvaal (GCB. Medal with Clasp). Was Commander in 
Chief of the British Expeditionary Army throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, in which campaign that Army in the 
space of 25 days effected disembarkation at Ismailia, traversed the desert, and seized the capital of Egypt together 
with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in that period fought and defeated the enemy five times — finally at Tel-el- 
Kebir, where the enemy's strongly entrenched position was taken at the point of the bayonet after an arduous night 
march, all his guns captured, and his army overwhelmed (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, raised 
to the peerage, promoted General for distinguished service in the field, Medal with Clasp, 1st Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star). Commanded the forces in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 (received the thanks of both Houses 
of Parliament, was raised to a Viscount in the peerage, and received two Clasps). 

5 Colonel H. T. Fenwick served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 ; in Orange River Colony May 
to Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with 
six Clasps). 

6 Lt.Colonel A. V. H. Vaughan-Lee served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kim- 
berley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

1 Major Wilson served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to Major General Baden-Powell 
and took part in defence of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

8 Major W. F. Ricardo served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Cape Colony, south 
of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

9 Captain FitzGerald served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-98 as extra Orderly Officer to the General Officer Commanding the Malakand F eld Force (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Orange River Colony May to Nov. 
1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

12 The Marquis of Tullibardine served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with 
rank of Bimbashi, as Staff Officer to Lt.Colonel Broadwood, Commanding the Cavalry of the Egyptian Army, 
and was present at the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April, and at the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in 
despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps): 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, attached to the Royal Dragoons, as Staff Officer to Brigadier 
General Burn-Murdoch, and afterwards as Lt.Colonel commanding the Scottish Horse (two Regiments), which corps 
he was appointed to raise for service in South Africa 15th Dec 1900. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the action at Colenso ; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan: 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; the 
operations of the 5th to 7th Feb., and the action at Vaal Krantz; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb. 1900, and the action at Pieter's Hill ; and the operations in Natal March to June 1900. Afterwards com- 
manded the Scottish Horse in the operations in the Eastern and Western Transvaal (three times mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps): 

1 3 Major the Hon. Hanbury-Tracy served in the operations in Uganda in 1897—98 (mentioned in despatches, 3rd 
Class of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1900 on Special Service, and took part in the defence of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three 
Clasps). Served in operations in Somaliland in 190 1 with the Abyssinian Forces (mentioned in despatches, CMG., Medal 
with Clasp). 

li Lord Crichton served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to Major General J. F: Brockle- 
hurst ; took part in defence of Ladysmith, and operations in Natal March to June 1900 ; and in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

16 Captain Hon. A. V. Meade served in South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff — severely wounded ; took part in 
relief of Kimberley, also operations in the Orange Free State, in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and in 
Orange River Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

17 Captain Hon. D. C. Marjoribanks served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State ' in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 ; in Orange River Colony 
May to Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with 
six Clasps). 

ls Prince Alexander of Teck served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 as 
Acting Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, Medal, DSO.\ Served in the South African war in i89g-i900.on the 
Staff (mentioned in despatches. Medal with five Clasps, and DSO.). 

W Captain H. E. Brassey served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony May to Nov. 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

20 Captain A. Rose served in South African war in 1899-1900, 1902, and was employed with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal 
with three Clasps). 

2<s Lieut: Lord Innes-Ker served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the operations in Orange 
River Colony, Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Jan. to Aug. 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; and in Orange River Colony 
Aug. 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

-8 Lieut. G. Robarts served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March and May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902. 

30 Major King served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, 
#nd was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp)! 

33 Captain Drage. — For War Services, see Army Veterinary Department, page 39s. 



Aldershot. 



1st {_The King's) Dragoon Guards. 



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The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabde" " Malplaquet" 

"Dettingen" "Waterloo" "Sevastopol" " Taku Fobts " "Pekin" "South Afbica, 1879 " 

" South Apeica, 1901-1902." 

Colonel in Chief. — His Imperial Majesty Francis Joseph I. Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, KG, 

25 liar. 96. 
Colonel. — James Robert Steadman Sayer, 1 CB. Cornet, p 23 May 45 ; Lt. p 3i March 4S ; Capt. p 22 Not. 50; 

Major, p 6 Feb. 57 ; Lt.Colonel, ''21 Oct. 59 ; Colonel, 21 Oct. 64 ; Major General, 6 Feb. 70 ; Lieut, General, 

13 March 85 ; Colonel 1 Dragoon Guards, 25 June 86. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Steuart Bogle Smith, 5 CB. Lieut. 28 Jan. 82 ; Capt. 17 Feb. 92; Major, 14 June 98 ; 

Lt.Colonel. 14 June 02 ; Brevet Colonel, 14 June 05. 



Majobs. 

William Jame3 Smyth Fergusson, 6 2nd} 

in Command 4 June 02 / 

Frederick Courtenay Longuet HultonS ... 
Hugh de Crespigny Eastwood, 9 DSO... 
John Ambard Bell-Smythi° , 



2ND LtEUT. 



6 Feb. 84 

24 Nov. 86 

i 19 Ang. 05 

21 Dec. 87 1 Apr. 30 



Captains. 

Herbert Francis Langton 11 8 Oct. 

Henry John Williams,! 2 Adjutant 5 Apr. 05 4 Mar. 

Patrick Moir 3yresl3 , 23 Oct. 

Hugh Fforde Searight.H N. Nigeria Regt. 6 Mar. 
Henry Francis Wickham,15 Adjutant ) j T . 

Yorkshire Hussars Imp. Yeo. 1 Oct. 04... j 4 Jtl ly 
William Jeffery Locked;,™ DSO. Adjutant ) I 

Lancashire Hussars, 1 July 02 ) J 5 Mar. 

Darcy Arthur Rasbotham 1 ? 7 July 

Leon Serena Dennyio 4 Jan. 



Lieutenants. 



N. 



Arthur Montagu Turner 2 ! 

Francis Hartley Charlton 2 * 

Samuel Clifford Holland m 

William Gerald Forrester Rentonis .. 
John Jasper Brocklebank, 29 DSO, 

Nigeria Beqiment J 

S. G. O. RidderborgM) 

George Ronald Hamilton Cheapens 

Douglas Clifton Brown 

Leslie St. Clair Cheape ; 2ind Lieut. Argyll 1 

and Sutherland High } 

Hamilton James Miers, Indian Army 

Reginald Stretton Spurrier 







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Samuel Emile Harvey, from Duke of\ 28 Noy. 05 

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George Henry Errington 20 Dec. 05 

Harold Irvine 20 Dec. 05 



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iS Oct. 93 

14 June 94 

15 Nov. 05 



14 June 98 
13 Sept. 98 
17 May 99 
22 Nov. 99 

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■ Eidiiyr afiwfer.-. William riowman, 8 Jan. 96; Hon. Lieut.— With 1 Proo. Bent ofDranorn, 
Quarter Master. -WnUum Thomas James Wells, 12 Sept. 03 ; Son. Lieut IJra - qoc " s 

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. 1 Lieut.General Sayer served with the isi Dragoon Guards in the Crimean ramna^n f™ m ,b.u a 
-eluding the siege and fall of Sevastopol (Mecfc/whh Clasp, and Ttowffi£$F8££^%S$2!^% 
China throughout the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and those of the 18th and ,,«t S™SJ 
also the surrender of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps) September; 

Lt. Colonel Bogle Smith served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, commanding a column in Oranne 
River Colony," August to Dec .1901 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Tcane ColSf v 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). wwuuy, ana cape colony 

1 ''^Vf ^ r 6usson served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry and took part in the operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (Medal riflTflZ 
and Khedive's Star). Served with South African Field Force in 1900-02, and toSP?irttaS^SMtai&^&SS3' 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps) * J " auous lQe "ansvaai, 

CCKdt^' A,rican FieldForce in I900 - 02 ' and took p;rt h o ^ ations - 

•■> Major Eastwood served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02-twice severely wounded, and took part 
in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape CoIony.(mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 



i35 a istiThe King's) Dragoon Guards. 

M Major Bell-Smyth served with the South African Field Force as Aide de Camp to Lord Methuen, was present 
at actions of Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein, and as Brigade Major to Brigadier General Mahon 
during relief of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major). 

11 Captain Langton served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony and Cape Colony. 

12 Captain Williams served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

1 3 Major Moir-Byres served in the operations in the Lagos Hinterland in 1897-98 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1901-02 as Special Service Officer, and took part in oper- 
ations in Rhodesia ; and in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with four Clasps). 

14 Captain Searight served with South African Field Force in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

1 5 Captain and Adjutant Wickham served with the Carabiniers, South African Field Force, in 1899-1900. Present 
at actions of Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, relief of Kimberley, operations around Johannes- 
burg, Pretoria and Colesberg (Jan. and Feb.), and as Adjutant King's Dragoon Guards in 1901-02 (Medal with four 
Clasps). 

16 Captain Lockett served with the 14th Hussars, South African Field Force, in 1900-01. Present at the relief of 
Kimberley, actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, Zand River, operations round 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Belfast, afterwards employed with Imperial Yeomanry (mentioned in despatches, DSO., 
Medal with six Clasps). 

1' Captain Rasbotham served with the SouthAfrican FieldForce in I9or-02 — wounded at Wolvekuilen.and took 
part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

I 9 Lieut. Denny served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02 as Brigade Signalling Officer — dangerously 
wounded at Ventersburg ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three 
Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Turner served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal, 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

22 Lieut. Wood served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with two Clasps). 

24 Lieut. Charlton served with the South African Field Force in 1901 — severely wounded at Korannaburg, and 
took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

26 Lieut. Holland served with South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

28 Lieut. Renton served with the 6th Battalion Warwick Regiment, South African Field Force, in 1900, and with 
the King's Dragoon Guards in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape 
Colony (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut. Brocklebank served with Imperial Yeomanry, South African Field Force, in 1900, and with the King's 
Dragoon Guards in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 

80 Lieut. Ridderborg served with Brabant's Horse, South African Field Force, in 1899-1900. Present at defence 
of Wepener and took part in the operations in Orange River Colony (May to November 1900) including Wittebergen 
Bothaville, and operations in Cape Colony and Orange River Colony 1899-1900. 
38 Lieut; Cheape served in the South African war in 1900-02 with the Imperial Yeomanry, and took part in the 
operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Cape Colony. 



Pretoria, Transvaal. 2nd Dragoon Guards {Queens Bays). 136 

= , The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Lucknow " " Souih Africa, 1901-1902." 

Years'Ser. 3 * 

Fall HaHi Coloae '- — *' r William Henry Seymour, 1 KCB. Eusign.'y May 47; if. 10 Jane 52 ; Cup?. 29 Dec. 54; Major, 13 

Pay. Pay. May 58 ; Lt. Colonel, 7 July 58 ; Colonel, 7 July 63; Major General, 24 Dec. 63 ; Lieut. Genera I, 30 Sept. 82 ; 

General, 1 Jan. 85 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, 2 Nov. 8 ; ; Colonel 13th Hussars, 5 Jan. 91 ; Colonel 2nd 

Dragoon Guards, 20 Jan. 94. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe, 9 Lt. 28 June 82 ; Capt. 2 July 84 ; Major, 25 Oct. 93 ; 

Bt. Lf. Col. 2gT$ov. 00; Lt. Colonel. 20N0V. 03 ; Colonel, 22 Sept. 04. 



Majors. 

William Kirk,!" 2nd in Command, 20 Nov. 03 
William Horsley Persse, 11 Comdg. Cavalry, 
Egyptian Army , with rank of Lt. Colonel... 

Herbert William Wilberforce 14 

Edward William Llewhellin Urquhartl 3 
Richard Lucas Mullens.is Staff College 



Captains. 

Edward Spencer DickinW 

Charles Albert Leslie French ..... 

Cecil Pellew Bradsbaw20 

James Alexander Browning'^ 

Laurie Charles Frith Oppenheim,2' 2 War 1 

Office i 

George Harold Abseil IngM 

George Patrick Osborn Springfield 2 -* 



2ND LIEUT. 



Lieutenants. 

Minden Charles Cardigan Pinching,'!' Ad- / 
jutant 15 July 03 j 

Thomas Edmund Hesketh.'M Army Orl- \ 
nance Department j 

Adrian Knapp Hilyar 0'Brien 2 8 

Edward Nugent Bankes^a 

John Evelyn Holdsworth 

Reginald Ernest Dennis Milner 

John Tom North»l 

David Howard Evans* 2 

Edward Stone 

Thomas Humphrey Sneyd 

Francis Gilbert Crompton*> 



Sbcond Lieutenants. 

John Dunvillo Lees** 

Herbert Gillies,*? Indian Army 

Arthur Douglas Sloane 

William Henry Tapp 

Charles Frederick Somes Stewart (2nd) 
Lieut. Leinster Regt. 22 Apr. 03) j 



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8 Oct. 90 



7 Dec. 95 
6 June 96 
3 Feb. 97 
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6 May 85 

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16 Dec. 96 

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22 Aug. 02 



8 Dec. 97 

20 Nov. 99 

7 Apr. 00 

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24 Aug. 04 



VRiding Matter.— George Moloney/* 4 Mar. 03 ; lion Lieut 

\ quarter Matter.— Joseph Hopkins,*) 3 Nov. 91 ; ULon. Capt'. 3 Nov. 01. 

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J .1 T ., r a , y r y , m S a 1 U , nng the Cri r n ? an ^mpa.-gn °f 1354-55 with the 68th Light Infantry, includ- 

ing the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and s.ege of Sebastopol (Medal with four CUsps, andTurkish Medal) 
Served ,n the Indian Mutiny campa.gns of 1858-59 with the 2nd Dragoon Guards, including the action of Nusseru t- 
pore siege and capture of Lucknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action of Nawabgunge (in com- 
mand of three squadrons of the Regiment), and re-occupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the Bays throughout the 
Oude campaign, including the acfon of Sundee a (wounded), assault and capture of Sundeela. and Trans-Go|ra affairs 
at^Bungaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July, 1858, frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 

Colonel Fanshawe served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action 
»t Kassas.n on the 9th September and at the battle of Tcl-el-Keb* (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 

10 






I 36a 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 

in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai 
(mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the roth Hussars, and was 
present in the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (two Clasps). Served in South African war in 1899-1902, 
and took part in operations in Natal in r8g9, including actions at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop ; also the defence of 
Ladysmith, including sorties of 7th and 10th Dec. r899, and action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; in Natal March to June 1900, in- 
cluding action at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast 
and Lydenberg ; in Orange River Colony May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal March to May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony, Jan. to March and May t902 ; and in Cape Colony, Dec. i9or to Jan. 1902 ; was in command of 2nd 
Dragoon Guards from 16th Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Major W. Kirk served in South African war in 1902 in command of Imperial Yeomanry Battalion ; took part 
in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony May 1902. 

11 Lt.Colonel Persse served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in r896, including 
the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of the Medjidie, Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in r897 and 1898, and took part in Cavalry reconnaissance 
of 4th April 1898 — wounded ; was present at the battles of Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, three Clasps to Egyptian Medal, Medal). 

14 Major Wilberforce served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 as Orderly Officer to Major General Elles, Command- 
ing the Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Special Servic- 
Officer, including service as Assistant Provost Marshal, and as Assistant to Military Governor, Pretoria. 

15 Major E. W. L. Urquhart served in South African war in igor-02, and was employed with South African Constabu- 
lary ; took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony May to Oct. 1901, and in the Transvaal 
Oct. rgoi to 31st May 1902. 

18 Major R. L: Mullens served in the South African war in 1899-1902 — severely wounded. Served with the 
1st Regiment Brabant's Horse, and as Adjutant 2nd Dragoon Guards. Took part in the operations in the Orange 
Free State, including the actions at Houtnek.'Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, W. of Pretoria, including 
the actions at Elands River; in Orange River Colony, including the actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; in 
Cape Colony, S. of Orange River, including the actions at Colesburg; in the Transvaal, March to April 1902; in 
Orange River Colony, January to Aoril 1902; and in Cape Colony, December i9or to January rgo2, and April to 
May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Captain E. S. Dickin served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal April to May 
1902 ; in Orange River Colony May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony April 1902. 

20 Captain C. P. Bradshaw served in South African war in rgoi-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal March 
to May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902, May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902. 

21 Captain J. A. Browning served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902, May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902 (Medal 
with five Clasps). 

22 Captain Oppenheim served throughout theTirah campaign of 1897 attached to the Northamptonshire Regiment ; 
-was also present at the battle of Omdurman, and served throughout the Nile Expedition of r8o8 as a correspondent. 
Served in the South African war in r899-rgoo with Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, and was present at the relief 
•of Ladysmith, in the subsequent operations in Northern Natal including the engagements at Helpmakaar, Botha's 
Pass, and Allemann's Nek, and in the advance into the Eastern Transvaal and the operations under Sir F. Clery 
around Standerton and Heidelberg. Served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards from Dec. rgoo, and commanded a 
squadron of the Scottish Horse from Feb. r902 till the end of the war, taking part in the operations in the Western 
Transvaal under Sir Ian Hamilton (Medal with 6 Clasps; King's Medal with Clasp). 

23 Captain G. H. A. Ing served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
"May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902, May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. r90i to Jan. 1902. 

24 Captain G. P. O. Springfield served in South African war in 1900-02 with Lumsden's Corps. Took part in operations 
in Orange Free State, April and May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River ; in Transvaal in May and 
June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; in Transvaal, west of Pretoria, Julv and August 1900, 
and May and July i9or ; in Orange River Colony, Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal, 
Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony in Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. M. C. C. Pinching served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March 
to May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902 and May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 
1902. 

26 Lieut. T. E. Hesketh served in South African war in 1899-1900 in the Imperial Yeomanry. 

28 Lieut. A. K. H. O'Brien served in South African war in 1899-1902 ; with 3rd Battalion Welsh Regiment from Feb 

1900 to Oct. rgor. Took part in operations south of Orange River in 1900 ; north of Orange River in 1900-01. Em- 
ployed with Armoured Trains from Dec. 1900 to May igor ; served as Railway Staff Officer at Vryburg from June 
rgoi to Nov. i9or. Served with 2nd Dragoon Guards from Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902, and took part in operations in 
Cape Colony and Orange River Colony Dec. igoi to Feb. igo2 ; and in Eastern Transvaal from Feb. 1902 to May igo2 

-fMedal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut. E; N: Bankes served in the South African war in IQ01-02 (mentioned in despatches), 
si Lieut. J, T. North served in South African war in igo2 (Medal with four Clasps). 

82 Lieut. D. H. Evans served in South African war in i8gg-igo2, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony and Cape Colony, April to 31st May 1902. 
M Lieut. J. D. Lees served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations lin Cape Colony July 

1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with Clasp). 

36 Second Lieut. Crompton served in the South African war in 1902, and took part in the operations in Cape 
Colony, January to May 1902. 

87 Second Lieut. H. Gillies served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Cape Colony March 
to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

** Lieut. G. Maloney served in South African war in 1900-01. 

*6 Captain J. Hopkins served in the operations on the North West Frontier of India with the Tirah Expeditionary 
Force in 1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 
March to May 1902; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March and May 1902 ; and in CapeColony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902 
^(mentioned in despatches). 






Ballincollig. 



3rd (The Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 



137 



Full 

P»y. 



Hall 
Pay. 



The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Blenheim" "Ramillibs" " Oudenaedb" 

"MALPLAQUET" "TalaVEBA" "AlBUHEBA" " VlTTOBIA " "PENINSULA " " ABYSSINIA " 

" South Afbica, 1901-1502." 
Colonel.— p.s.c. George Salis-Schwabe, 1 CS. 2nd Lieut. 23 Sept. 68 : Lieut. 9 June 65 ; Captain, 29 May 67 ; 

Major, sj Mar. 77; Lt. Colonel, 1 July 81; Colonel, 1 July 85 Major General, 15 June 97; Colonel, 

3 Dragoon Guards, 11 July 05. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Herbert Mercer,* Lieut, 30 Jan. 84; Captain, 8 Apr. 90; Major, 3 Apr. 97; 

Lt. Colonel, 2 July 04. 



3 



Majobs. 

Francis John Ryder' (St. Lt. Colonel~) 
26 June 02) $ 

Oswald Buckley Bingham Smith-BingO 
ham, 8 Z>SO i 

Hubert Balfour Ogilvy Williams 9 

Harry Adair Thompson 10 

Harold Maxwell Greufell.n MVO. 2nd 
in Command, 5 Oct . o^(Bt.Lt. -Colonel 
29 Nov. 00 

Captains. 

Percival Naylor Kent, Adjutant Notts ) j 

Imp. Yeom. 21 Jan. 02 J 

Robert .Edward M'lllree Lomer 12 

Philip Guy Reynolds, 13 DSO. Adjutant j 
Oxford Imperial Yeomanry, 20 Feb. 03 j 

Guy Hartley Watson 14 1 

Gerald Achilles Burgoyne 10 1 

Alfred Burt " 

Georgfl Trevor-Roper Cook 18 1 

John Higson Hayes 19 

Llewellyn Partridge 20 

Dulas Bentley Parry 21 j 

George A. Weir 

Edward ffrancis Ward Lascelles, 22 ) 
Adjutant 10 July 04 ji 



2NDLIBUT. 



30 Jan. 89 

8 June 89 

17 Jan. 94 
27 lune 88 

17 Aug. 92 



10 Jan. 


94 


29 May 


95 


28 June 


93 


23 Dec. 


9'. 


6 June 


96 


6 June 


96 


8 Sept. 


97 


4 Jan. 


99 


4 Jan. 


99 


20 May 


99 



17 Sept. 91 

23 Dec. qi 

to Oct. 94 

18 Dec. 89 



9 Aug. 93 



23 Fob. 95 
16 Sept. 96 



3 Apr. 95 

30 Jan. 9S 

5 Aug. S S 
1 Mar. 97 

6 Dec. 98 



30 Dec. 
7 Apr. 



19 May 00 



is Apr. 96 27 June 

93; 23 Dec. 97 27 June 

A 15 Dec. 97 9 Dec. 

30 Jan. q8 9 Dec. 

28 May 98 '8 Dec. 

24 Jan. 00 ! Apr. 

24 Jan. 00 2^ July 

8 Sept. 00 12 Oct. 

1 11 Jan. 

10 Feb. 01 10 July 



LlBUTENANTS. 

Thomas Villiers Tuthill Thacker" 23 May 00 

Andrew Hubert Watt 21 9 June 00 

Sandford Raymond Alers Hankey 25 27 June 00 

Grosvenor Talbot Cliff 29 5 Sept. 00 

Gerard Gloag Sadler 30 5 Sept. oc 

Harold Ernest Berry 3 * 4 May o 

Cecil Walter Brennand 37 12 Oct. o; 

James Jo3eph Adams, West African}' j^ oy Q . 

Regiment, with rank of Lieut / ^ 



Sbcond Lieutenants. 

John Tate Gibbs/O N. Nigeria Regiment, 3 I j, Dec 
with rank of Lient / 

Leycester Varlcy Owston > 26 Mar. 

George Henry Herbert, W. AfricanU June Q2 
Jleqt. y with rank of Lieut / 

Thomas Scott Kingbam 20 Dec. 05 



10 Feb. 


01 


10 Feb. 


01 


10 Feb. 


01 


10 Feb. 


01 


30 Mar. 


01 


10 Oct. 


01 


11 Mar. 


°3 


4 Oct. 


°5 



99 



04 



7 Dec. 98 



22 Aug. o: 



22 Aug. 02 



7 Apr. oc 

1 Apr. 03 

25 Apr. 03 
27 Feb. 04 

5 Oct. 04 



Riding Mauler.— William Sykes, 20 Feb. 95 ; Hon. ('apt. 20 Feb. 05. 
Qtuarter Master. — Charles Henry Thorne,* 3 5 Aug. 96 ; Hon. Lieut. 



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I Major General G. Salis-Schwabe served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, in command of the Na 
Carrier Corps (2,000 strong), which he organised (Medal with Clasp). 

4 LtXolonel H. Mercer served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal May and 
lulv iqoi ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct, 
iaoi • and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

7 Major Ryder served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Inspecting Officer of Remounts 
m Cape Colony ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Cape Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to 
«st May 1902; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 
H Major Smith-Bingham served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal 
I Mav and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept 
i and Oct 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches. DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 



I37 a 3'"^ (The Prince of Wales 's) Dragoon Guards. 

Major H. B. 0. Williams served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and 
July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 
1901 • and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

10 Major H. A. Thompson served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lock- 
hart in 1897-98 with the Tochi Field Force as Orderly Officer 2nd Brigade, and afterwards with the Tirah. 
Expeditionary Force as Assistant Transport Officer 3rd Brigade 2nd Division (Medal with two Clasps). Served in South 
African war as Aide de Camp to Major General Brook, CB. commanding Harrismith District, 1901-02 (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

11 Lt. Colonel Grenfell served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 as Acting Orderly 
Officer to Brigadier General Lyttelton, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-T902 as Special 
Service Officer. Commanded 2nd Regiment of Brabant's Horse from December, 1899, to March, 1901; served also, 
with Kitchener's Fighting Scouts. Took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May, 1900,. 
including the defence of Wepener; in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, July to 29th November, 1900; in the 
Transvaal, West of Pretoria, in 1900, including the actions at Frederickstad ; in Orange River Colony, May to 
29th November, 1900, including the actions at Lindley, Bethlehem, Wittebergen, and Caledon River; and in Cape 
Colony, South of Orange River (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

,2 Captain Lomer served in the South African war in r8g9-r900 attached to the Royal Scots Greys (Medal with 
four Clasps). 

13 Major Reynolds served in the South African war in 1899— rgor (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Brevet of 
Major (Medal with six Clasps). 

11 Captain G. H. Watson served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present with 5th Dragoon Guards 
at operations in Natal in 1899, including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding sortie of 7th Dec. 1899, and action of 6th Jan. 1900. Took part in operations in Transvaal and Natal in 1900, 
and on the Staff in Orange River Colony and Transvaal in 1901-02 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two- 
Clasps). 

i6 Captain Burgoyne served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Special Service Officer, including employment 
as Signalling Officer ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony 30th Nov. 
1900 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

'' Major A. Burt served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant of the 3rd Dragoon Guards from 12th Fab. 
i9or to 31st May 1902. Took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, in- 
cluding operations at Paardeberg and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and Karree Siding ; in Transvaal, including 
actions near Johannesburg; in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including action at Belfast; 
operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including action at Colesberg ; in Transvaal, May and July rgor ; 
in Orange River Colony, Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal, in Sept. and Oct 1901 ; and 
in Cape Colony in Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five Clasps). 

18 Captain Cook served in South African war in 1899-1902 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal May and 
July i9or ; in Orange River Colony Feb. to Aug. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. I90t (Medal with three Clasps). 

lj Captain J. H. Hayes served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal May 
and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. i9or to 31st May r902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. 
and Oct. 190T ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

20 Captain L. Partridge served in the South African war in 1899-1902 — slightly wounded ; took part in operations 
in the Transvaal May and July r90i ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to April r902 ; on the Zululand Frontier 
of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

21 Captain Parry served in the South African war in iS99-i9or, and took part in operations in Orange River Colony 
and Cape Colony (Medal with two Clasps). 

22 Captain Lascelles served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 

1900 to Feb. igor ; in Orange River Colony June to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. rgoi ; and in Cape Colony Feb. to June rgoi (Medal with two Clasps). 

23 Lieut. Thacker served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 3rst May igo2 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

24 Lieut. Watt served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July rgoi ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; 
and in Cape Colony Feb. igoi (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. Hankey served in South African war in igoi-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May igoi, June 
to July igoi ; in Orange River Colony Feb. igoi to 31st May igo2 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and 
Oct. igoi ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. Cliff served in South African war in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal in May and July 

1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 
1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. igoi (Medal with two Clasps). 

3 * Lieut. Berry served in South African war in igoo-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July igoi ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. igoi to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and 
in Cape Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to Nov. 1901 (Medal with Clasp). 

37 Lieut. Brennand served in South African war in i8gg-igo2, and took part in operations in Cape Colony March to 
July 1901 (Medal with Clasp). 

89 Second Lieut. J. T. Gibbs served in South African war in 1900-01, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 
in Dec. igoo ; in Orange River Colony March to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to March 1901. 

is Hon. Lieut, and Quarter Master C. H. Thome served in South African war in i8g9-igo2, and took part in operations 
in the Transvaal May and July igoi ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to April 1902 ; in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 ; 
and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901. 



Record of the Services of the 3rd {The Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 
Raisedin 16S5. Germany, to 1758 (battles of Blenheim, Ramtilies,OudenardeandMalplaquet). England, 
to 17S0. France, to 1794. England, to 1809. The Peninsula, to 1809 (battles of Talavera, Albuhera and 
Vittoria). England, to 1815. France, to Jan. 1816. England, to June 1816. Ireland, to 1829. Eng- 
and, to 1834. Ireland, to 1837. England, to 1843. Ireland, to 1846. Scotland, to 1848. England, to 
1852. Ireland, to March 1857. England, to August 1857. India, to Feb. 1868. Abyssinia, to May 
1868 (Abyssinian war). England, to 1875. Ireland, to 1881. Scotland, to 1883. England, to 1884. 
India to'1892. South Africa, to 1895. England, to t8qS. Ireland, to 1901. South Africa, iooi, 



Middleburg, "1 
Cape Colony. J 



4th {Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 



138 



Full 
Pay. 



23 



Half 
Pay 



The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Quis separabit?" "Peninsula 
"Balaxlava" "Sevastopol" " Egypt, 1882" "Tel-el-Kebib." 

ColoneL— Sir Henry Clement Wilkinson, 1 KCB. [R] Ensign, 15 Feb. 56; Lieut. P5 Ang. 59; Captain, ^22 
Sept. 63 ; Major, ''13 July 70 ; Lt. Colonel, 3 July 72 ; Colonel, 3 July 77 ; Major General, 1 Mar. 87 ; Lieut. 
General, 26 May 94 ; Colonel 4 Dragoon Guards, 4 Oct. 96. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Francis Blayney Lucas Woodwright,* Lieut. 2 Aug. 82 ; Capt. 8 May 8R ; Major, 
12 Sept. 94; Lt.Colonel , 11 Mar. 05. 



Majobs. 
William 'Be\k," Staff College . 
Bampfylde Leonard Carew 4 
George Frederick Mappin 6 ... 

Cecil Robert Gaunt 7 

Clement Parker Toulson 4 ... 



Mathew- ) 
5-« i 



Captains. 

Edward Rickards 4 

Brownlow Henry Hamilton 

Lannowe, 4 Adj. Bet. Inf. 17 May 05 

Charles Mackenzie Grogan 4 

Hugh Tweed Walford Wyllie 4 

Arthur Henry Nicholas Corse'lis, Adit.) 

13 Apr. 05 $ 

Gerald Barclay Lamont 

Charles Finlayson Hunter, Adjt. Pembroke ) 

Imp. Yeo. 27 Feb. 05 j 

Lieutenants. 

Leonard Barclay Elwes 

Horace Somerville Sewell 

Henry Edward Gurney 15 

Charles Beck Hornby 

Adrian Carton de Wiart, 18 A. D.C, to Sir I 

H. J. T. midyari J 

Robert John Blatchford Oldrey 

Robert William Oppenheim, 2nd Lt. Scots 1 

Guards, 20 Jan. 00; Lieut. 14 Dec. 01 ...) 
Archibald Wright 



Second Lieutenants. 



Augustus Henry Brooke 

Ernest Samuel Vicary, Indian Army . 
Edward Mango Dorman 



2ND LIEUT, 



30 Jan. 89 
8 June 89 
29 Nov. 90 
27 June 91 
3 Dec. 90 



5 Oct. 
8 Aug. 94 

12 Dec. 94 
16 June 96 

6 Feb. 98 

13 Aug. 98 
11 Feb. 99 



19 May 00 

23 May 00 

15 Aug. 00 

8 May 01 

14 Sept. 01 

26 Mar. 02 

1 7 May 02 

4 July 03 



28 Oct. 
27 Jan. 
1 1 Mar. 



11 June 90 18 Apr. 94 
8 Oct. 90! 12 Sept. 94 
23 Apr. 92' 16 Feb. 98 

23 Apr. 92 2 July 99 

24 May 92 8 Oct. 99 



:8 Apr. 
11 Sept. 

28 May 98 

5 Nov. -' 

30 Aug. 



15 Dec. 
Apr. 



22 Nov. 01 

19 Feb. 02 

26 Aug. 03 
14 Oct. 03 

16 July 04 

27 Feb. 05 

13 A P r - 

29 July 05 



15 Nov. 

14 Apr. 

19 Feb. 
6 May 

6 May 

17 May 

17 May 



Henry de Grey Water ; 20 Dec. 05 



Riding Master. — Samuel George Sanders, 6 Dec. 02 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Charles John Diggory, 9 Apr. 04 ; Hon. Lieut. 3 Feb. 00. 

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11 Mar. 01 
7 Sept. 04 
14 Oct. 04 
io Dec. 04 
1 1 Mar. 05 



1 Sir Henry Wilkinson served with the 95th Regiment, in the Indian campaign of 1858, and was present at the 
siege and capture of Awah, siege, assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotakeserai, general action resulting in the 
capture of Gwalior, assault and capture of Rowa, siege and capture of Pouree, battle of Beejapore, and affair of 
Koondry (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1880 in command of the Cavalry Brigade in Southern 
Afghanistan, and took part in the march to Candahar with the force under Major General Phayre (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of the Cavalry Brigade of the Indian 
Contingent, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 2nd 
Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

* Lt.Col. Woodwright, Majors Belk, Carew, and Parker-Toulson, Captains Rickards, Mathcw-Lannowe, 
Grogan and Wyllie served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1807 'n the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 4th Dragoon Guards (Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Major Mappin served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897 with the 4th Dragoon Guards (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Major Gaunt served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 
with the Malakand Field Force as Orderly Officer 1st Brigade Staff, and was present at the lelief of Chakdara Fort 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war, and took part in the defence of 
Ladysmith ; wounded in the sortie of 8th December 1899 ; took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Orapge 
River Colony, and Cape Colony — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

I 5 Lieut. Gurney served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1898 (mr-ntioned in 
despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

18 Lieut. Carton de Wiart served in the South African war with Paget'? Horse, and afterwards as a Lieutenant 
in the Imperial Light Horse (Medal with three Clasps). 

Record of the Services of the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in 1685 as a Regiment of Cuirassiers, " The Sixth Horse." Designated "The Fifth Horse," 
1690. To Flanders, 1691. To England, 1697. To Ireland, 1698. Designated " First Irish Horse," 
or "The Blue Horse," 1746. Designated "Fourth Royal Irish Regiment of Dragoon Guards," 1788. 
To England, 1793. To Ireland, 1795. To England, 1799. To Ireland, 1802. To England, 1804. To 
Portugal, 181 1 (Peninsular War). To England, 1813. To Ireland, 1814. To England, 1818. To 
Ireland, 1822. To England, 1826. To Ireland, 1832. To England, 1835. To Ireland, 1841. To 
England, 1845. To Ireland, 1851. To the Crimea, 1854 (battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol). 
To England, 1856. To Ireland, 1861. To England, 1867. To Ireland, 1872. To England, 1878. To 
Egypt, 1882 (campaign of 1882 and battle of Tel-el-Kebir). To England, 1882. Detachment to tli# 
Nile, 1884-85. To Ireland, 1886. To England, 1891. To India, 1894. 



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5th {Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 



Pnl) Hall 
Pay. Pay 



rBloemfontein, 
L O.R.G 

" Vestigia nulla retrorsum." — "Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabde" "Malplaquet" 
Salamanca" "Vittoria" "Toulousb" "Peninsula" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol" 
South Afbica, 1849-1902" "Defence of Ladtsmith." 
Colonel. — Son. Somerset.TohnGough Calthorpe, 1 Cornet, p 23 May 48; Lieut. p 23 May 51 ; Capt. p i4 Sept. 55 ; 
Bt. Major, 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 22 July 56; Lt. Colonel, v i$ Feb. 61; Colonel, 15 Feb. 66; Major General, 
25 July 70; Lieut. General, 1 July 81; Colonel 5th Lancers, 18 Nov. 87; Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards, 
24 Jan. 92. 
Lieutenant Colonel. —William John Chesshyre Butler, 2 2nd Lieut. 5 Feb. 87; Lieut. 8 May 89 ; Captain 
28 Aug. 95 ; Major, 2 Nov. 98; Brevet Lt. Colonel, 22 Aug. 02 ; Lt. Colonel, 12 Aug. 03. 



Majoes. 
HenryG.H.Kennard 6 (-B^.£f. Col. 2 Aug.02);} 

2nd in Command, 11 Nov. 03 ) 

Claude Houston Stuart 9 

ErnestFrank 3.o\den, n Adjutant Ayrshire, ) 

Imp. Teo ) 

W.Q.Winwood, 12 DSO 



Captains. 
Bertie Gordon Clay, 13 Adjutant 16 July 03 

Lewis Maxwell Dunbar 15 

Owen Edgar Moore Saunders 16 

George Archibald Swinton Home 1 ' 

James Lister Melvill, 18 Army Pay Lept. ... 

1'IE. John Norwood, 19 Adjt. Calcutta Light \ 

Horse, and Chota Nagpore Mtd. BiJIes j 

Robert Harvey Kearsley 20 

Michael Ravenscroft Head 21 



Lieutenants. 

Maurice Adam Black 22 

Edward ArthurFitzGerald, 21 

John Cecil Wood, Indian Army 

James Seton Drummond Gage' 26 

Russell Carr 29 

John Nowell Stanhope Stott 30 

Robert Charles Partridge 32 

Frederick Wymberley Salmon 33 

Charles Adolphus Sheridan^ , 

Herbert Estill Eyre Pankhurst, 35 Indian > 

Army j 

Robert Harvey Brand 



Second Lieutenants. 

Alexander Kirkpatrick Paterson 

Herbert Alfred Holland 

Douglas Kent MacKenzie Herapath 
Edward Akers Jones 



2ND LIEUT. 


21 Oct. 


90 


5 Feb. 


87 


28 June 


90 


15 Mar. 


93 


21 Oct. 

12 Dec. 
6 June 
6 June 
3 Aug. 


93 
94 
96 
96 
98 


SFeb. 


99 


11 Feb. 

12 Aug 


99 
99 


9 Dec. 

7 Jnly 
18 July 
28 July 

5 Jan. 
4 May 

8 May 
22 May 
15 Mar. 


99 
00 
00 
00 
01 
oz 
01 
01 
02 


26 Mar. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
3 Dec. 


04 

04 
04 
04 



LIEUT. 




21 Oct. 


9J 


16 Jan. 


89 


13 Nov. 


93 


24 Jan. 


94 


11 Sept. 


QS 


4 June 


98 


2 Sept. 


98 


16 July 


99 


5 Nov. 


99 


27 June 


00 


27 June 


00 


2 July 


00 


3 Oct. 


00 


13 Mar. 


01 


13 Mar. 


01 


28 May 


01 


2S Aug. 


01 


10 Nov. 


01 


6 Aug. 


04 


6 Aug. 


04 


29 Nov. 


04 


1 Apr. 


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Riding Master. — Charles Lang, 4 Oct. 02 ; Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master.— Charles Hill Farbrother, 20 July 04; Son. Lieut. 10 July 95 ; Son. Capt. 10 July o; 
Scarlet — Facingi Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Lt. General Hon? S; J. G. Calthoipe served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Lord Raglan, 
ncluding the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of 

Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

2 Lt. Colonel Butler served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at Paarde- 
berg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing 
of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, battle of Diamond Hill, 
action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to Barberton ; 
appointed Brigade Major 1st Cavalry Brigade, 8th May 1900 ; the operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to May 1902; 
and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel ; Medal with six Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). 

c Major Kennard served in the South African war in 1899-1902: Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th December 
1899 and action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and 
in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-02; and on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September 
and October 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

9 Major Stuart served in the South African war in 1899-1902. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including 
operations of 5th to 7th February 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights and action at 
Pieter's Hill. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal in 1900 ; in Natal in 1900 ; operations in the Transvaal, 
past of Pretoria, in igoo; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900-02, and in the operations on the Zululand 
frontier of Natal 11 September and October 1901 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
Clasps, King's Menial with two Clasps). 

11 Major Holden served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 with the Tirah Ex- 
peditionary Force (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 — slightly wounded; 
Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; and the defence of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 6th January 1900: 



^tli {Princess Charlotte of Wales' 's) Dragoon Guards. *39# 

1* Major Winwood served in the South African war in 1899-1901: Served as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards, 
and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, 
including sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal 
in rgoo ; in Natal in 1900 ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900 
to 1902; and in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September and October, 1901 (three times 
mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Captain Clay served in the South African war in 1899-1901. Took part in operations in Natal 1899, including 
action at Lombard's Kop ; defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of ~th December 1899 and action of 6th January 1900: 
Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Natal, and in the Orange River Colony in 1900-1902. Served with the 
South African Constabulary (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps); 

IS Captain Dunbar served in the South African war in 1899— 1902 ! w ^s present at the operations in Natal in 
1899, including the action of Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th December 1899 
and the action of 6th January 1900; Took part in the operations in the Transvaal in May and June ; in Natal 
from March to June 1900; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900 ; and in the Orange River 
Colony in 1900-02 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1" Captain Saunders served in the South African war in 1899-190^ Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including the action at Lombard's Kop. Was present at the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th December 
1899 and the action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal and Natal in 1900 ; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900; and in the Orange River Colony 
1900-02 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

17 Captain Home served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present in theoperations in Natal in 1899, 
including action at Lombard's Kop; defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec. 1899 and action of 6th Jan. 
1900: Took part in operations in Transvaal and Natal in 1900; from August 1900 served as Adjutant at Cavalry 
Depot, Natal, afterwards as Adjutant, Mooi River District (Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

» Captain Melvill served in the South African war in 1899— 1900. Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including action at Lombard's Kop. Was present at defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec. 1899 and 
the action of 6th Jan. 1900. Took part in operations in the Transvaal and Natal in 1900 (Medal with two Clasps). 

1° Captain Norwood served in the South African war in 1899-190^ Was present at the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th Dec: 
1899 and action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, and in Orange River Colony 
in 1900 (Ul£). Was awarded the Victoria Cross for the following act : — " On the 30th October r8gg this Officer went 
out from Ladysmith in charge of a small patrol of the 5th Dragoon Guards. They came under a heavy fire from the 
enemy, who were posted on a ridge in great force. The patrol, which had arrived within about 600 yards of the ridge, 
then retired at full speed. One man dropped, and Second Lieutenant Norwood galloped back about 300 yards 
through heavy fire, dismounted, and picking up the fallen trooper, carried him out of fire on his back, at the same 
time leading his horse with one hand. The enemy kept up an incessant fire during the whole time that Second 
Lieutenant Norwood was carrying the man until he was quite out of range." Also served as Staff Officer to Major 
Bulfin's Column in 1902 (menvioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps): 

20 Captain Kearsley served in the South African war in 1899-1901 on the Staff. Took part in the operations in 
Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec: 1899 
and action of 6th Jan. 1900: Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Natal, and in the Transvaal west of Pre- 
toria in 1900 (Medal with three Clasps); 

2 1 Captain Head served in the South African war in 1899— i9or : attached to the Army Service Corps from 9th 
December 1899 to 3rd March 1900, and afterwards served with 5th Dragoon Guards; was present at engagements 
of Tugela Heights and relief of Ladysmith; also served in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-1902 ; 
took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September and October 1901 (Medal with four 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps): 

22 Lieut: Black served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal from May 
to June 1900; in Natal from March to June 1900 ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, from July to 
29th November 1900, and Orange River Colony from May to 29th Nov; 1900-02; also took part in operations 
on the Zulu frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

24 Lieut. FitzGerald served in South African war in r899-rgoo with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with two Clasps). 

25 Lieut. Wood served in the South African war from February 1901 to March 1902. took part in the operations 
in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1901-02; also took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier 
of Natal in September and October 1901 (Medal with five Clasps). 

28 Lieut. Gage served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force in 1896 (British Medal, and Khedive's Medal). Served 
in the South African war in i39g-i9or attached to the advanced Depot of the Army Service Corps. Was present at 
the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop; the defence of Ladysmith, including action of 6th 
January 1900; the operations in Natal, including action at Laing's Nek, in 1900; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, and Orange River Colony in 1900-02; and the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September 
and October 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut. Carr served in the South African war in 1900-01 with Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry! Took part in 
the operations in Natal in 1900, including actions at Helpnakaal and Armand's Nek ; the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, and in Cape Colony, north of Orange 
River, in 1899-1900; and took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal, September and 
October 1901, serving with 5th Dragoon Guards (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps): 

30 Lieut; Stott served in the South African war in 1899-1901 — slightly wounded. Was present at the operations 
in Orange River Colony in 1900; and the operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1901, took 
part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal, September and October 1901 (Medal with three Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

88 Lieut. Partridge served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange River 
Colony Oct. 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with two Clasps). 

S3 Lieut. Salmon served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the Imperial Yeomanry; Was present at 
operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including engagements at Elands River and Frederickstad ; opera- 
tions in Orange River Colony in 1900, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; Cape Colony, south of the 
Orange River, in 1889-1900; took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-02, and 
on the Zululand frontier of Natal, Sept: and Oct. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

34 Lieut. C. A. Sheridan served in South African war in 1900-01 with Imperial Yeomanry, and took part in opera- 
tions in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, to Nov. 1900, and in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901. 

35 Lieut. Parkhurst served in South African war in 1901-02 with Mounted Infantry, and took part in operations 
in the Transvaal Aug. 1901 to March 1902 ; in Oranga River Colony March to May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 
(Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



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6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). 



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" Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabdb" "Malflaquet" " Sevastopol" " Delhi " 

' AF6HANISTAN, 1879-80." " SOUIH AEBICA, 1899-1902" "RELIEF OF KlMBEHLEY" " PaABDEBEBG." 

Colonel. — Sir John Fryer,l KCB. [R] 2nd Lieut. 9 liar. 60; Lieut. iS Feb. 62 ; Captain, 5 Apr. 64 ; Major, 
15 Dec. 69 ; Lt. Colonel, 17 Mar. 77 ; Colonel, 1 July 81 ; Major General, 23 July 90; Lieut. General, 14 Dec. 98: 
Colonel 6 Dragoon Guards, 18 Sept. 02. 

Colonel. — Henry Peregrine Leader,8 Lieut. 2 Sept 85 ; Captain, 9 Dec. 94 ; Major, 1 July 00 ; Bt . Lt. Colonel, 
26 June 02; Colonel, 36 Dragoon Guards, 28 June 05. 



Majobs. 



US Nevill Maskelyne Smyth 3 

Stuart Rodger Kirby 12 

Walter Gabriel HomeU 

James Howard Adolphus Annesley, 2 DSO 



Captains. 

Malcolm Matthew Moncrieff.is Adjutant } 
21 Dec. 03 ) 

Harold Child Bickfordle 

Godfrey Heseltine, 2nd Lieut. Hants Yeo' ~\ 
manry, 21 July 97 ; Lieut. 28 Dec. 98 ... ) 

William Ernest Watson,l7D/SO 

Aubrey du Plat Thorold Cole" 

William Otway Upton-Cottrell-Dormer.io 1 
Aide-de-Camp to Govr. of Tasmania {ex.) ) 



Lieutenants. 
Samuel Wentworth Webster^l 20 Dec, 



Arthur Meade Swifte . 

Hereward Sadler 

Frederic Carne Rasch" 

Alexander Grant Gwyer 

Cecil Sisney Knight 

Kenneth Tudor Ridpath 

John Newman Kidd 

Maurice Nicholl Kennard.. 



Second Lieutenants. 



Perceval Henry Compton , 

John Herbert Norton 

Robert Torrington Gwatkin 

Percy Macaulay Ashworth Kerans 

Ernest Edwards Hodgson, 2nd Lieut. '( 

Royal GarrHon Regiment, 4 Feb. 03 ) 

John Henry Joshua Blackburn 

Norman Eric Gore Langton 



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Riding Master. — Albert Edward Lloyd, 27 Aug. 02 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Leonard James Wheeler.ss 24 June 99 ; Hon. Lieut 

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1 Lieut.General Sir John Fryer commanded the Carabiniers throughout the Afghan war of 1879-80. On the 13th 
January 1880, in command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with heavy loss a large 
ibody of Mohmunds at Ali Boghan. Commanded the Cavalry in the expeditions under Lt. General Bright to the 
Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis. On the 5th July 1880 he commanded a force of Carabi- 
niers and 4th Bengal Cavalry at the attack and destruction of the Ghilzai villages of Nargo*i, Arab Kheyl, and 
Jokan (CB., Medal). 

2 Major Annesley served in the campaign on the North West F'rontierof India in 1897-98 as Orderly Officer to 
Sir William Lockhart, Commanding the force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war, 1899— 1900, 1902, as Adjutant of Bethune's Mounted Infantry, and was afterwards employed 
with Imperial Yeomanry ; took part in relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; also operations of the 17th 
'to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; on 5th to 7th Feb. 1900 and action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights 

Feb. 1900; in Natal March to June 1900, including actions at Laing's Nek; in Orange River Colony May to 29th 
Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal May and July 1901 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and 
■in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Brigadier General Leader served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present 
in the operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, in the engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, 
and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing of the Zand River, 
the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle of Diamond Hill and action at 
IRiet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to Barberton. 



6th Dragoon Guards (Carab inters) . 140a 

9 Major Smyth served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1890-91: Served with the Dongola Expeditionary 
Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hair (mentioned 
in despatches, 4th Class of the Medjidie, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps); in the operations 
in r897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1898, including the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April and the battles 
•of the Atbara and Khartoum, in the latter as Orderly Officer to the General Officer Commanding the Infantry Division 
-of the Egyptian Army — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, U(I, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal ; was 
awarded the Victoria Cross for the following act : — " At the battle of Khartoum, on the 2nd September 1898, Captain 
Smyth galloped forward and attacked an Arab who had run amok among some camp followers. Captain Smyth 
received the Arab's charge and killed him, being wounded with a spear in the arm in so doing: He thus saved the 
'life of one at least of the camp followers ; - also served in 1899 in the operations resulting in the final defeat of the 
Khalifa as Intelligence Officer to the Officer commanding the Infantry Brigade of the Flying Column, 
including the engagement at Abu Aadel (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of theOsmanieh). Served in the South 
African war in 1902 as Assistant Provost Marshal and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Intelligence to Lt.Colonel 
Hon. R. Lawley"s Column, Eastern Transvaal, and Orange River Colony, and took part in operations in Transvaal, 
February 1902, and March to May 1902 ; and in Orange River Colony, Feb. to March 1902 and May 1902 (Brevet of 
MajorV. 

12 Major Kirby served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Adjutant 6th Carabiniers, and was present in 
the operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at 
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the 
•crossing of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle 
■of Diamond Hill, action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance 
to Barberton: 

H Major W. G. Home served in South African war in 1S99-1902 on the General Staff, as Signalling Officer from 
Dec: 1900 to May 1902; took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including 
Paardeberg, and actionsTat Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and 
June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July 
to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria. July to 29th 
N»v. 1900; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg; in the Transvaal, 
30th Nov. 1900 to May 1901 ■ and in Cape Colony May 1901' to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

15 Captain Moncrieff served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
operations at Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, and engagements at Karree Siding and Zand River — severely wounded ; 
in Orange Free State 1899-1902 ; and in the Transvaal 31st March to May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

lC > Captain Bickford served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in 
the engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the battle of Diamond 
Hill and action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to 
Barberton. — See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," page 1162. 

1' Captain W. B. Watson served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the 6th Carabiniers ; was Adjutant to 1st 
Imperial Light Horse Jan. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State, 
including Paardeberg and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River ; in May and June 1900 ; 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including 
action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, DSO-, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

15 Captain Cole served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
■operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at Paarde- 
berg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing 
•of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle of Diamond 
Hill and action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to 
Barberton: 

I 9 Captain W. O. Upton-Cottrell-Dormer served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at relief of 
Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar 
•Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; 
in the Transvaal to Nov. 1900, Sept. 1901, Nov. 1901 to April 1902, and May 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier 
of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

2 1 Lieut. Webster served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal Oct. to 29th 
Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to Sept. 1901, Nov. 1901 to April 1902, and May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony April to May 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with three 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

25 Lieut. F. C. Rasch served in the South African war in 1901-1902 with the 1st Battalion Essex Regiment, and 
•took part in the operations in the Transvaal from March rgol to 31st May 1902 (Medal with five Clasps), 

35 Lieut. L. J. Wheeler served in South African war Nov. 1899 to April 1900, and Nov. 1900 to April 1902, and 
-was present at operations around Colesberg, including action at Arundel ; in the Western Transvaal under General 
(French ; the Eastern Trek, the relief of Itala, and subsequent operations in Eastern Transvaal under General Bruce 
Hamilton (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



Record of the Services of the 6th Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in 1685 (Monmouth's Rebellion). Tolreland, :688 to 1691. England, to March 1691. Flanders, to 1697 
England, to 1702. Flanders, to 1713. Ireland, to 1744. England, 1744, and returned to Ireland (date uncertain) 
In Ireland, 1747 to 1760. Germany, to 1763. Ireland, to 1793. Low Countries, to 1795. England, to 1796. Ireland 
to 1803. England {4 troops to Buenos Ayres, 1806) and Scotland, to 1813. Ireland, to 1815. England and Scot- 
land, to 1821. Ireland, to 1824. England and Scotland, to 1830. Ireland, to March 1834. England, to 1840- 
Ireland, to 1842. England and Scotland, to 1846. Ireland, to 1852. England, to 1855. Crimea, to 1856. England, 
to August 1856. India, to 1861. England, to 1866. Ireland, to May 1872. England, to December 1877. India, 
to September 1879. Afghanistan, to October 1880. India, to October 1888. England, to 1891. Scotland, to 1893 , 
England, to of 99. So*th Africa, 1899. To India, 1902. 



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7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. 



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In the centre the Coronet ot Her late Majesty the Empress and Queen Frederick of Germany and 

Prussia as Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland. 
Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabdb" "Malplaqubt" " Dbttinoen" " Socth Aebica, 1846-7" 
"Egypt, 1882 "" Tel-el-Kebib "" South Afeica, icoo-1902." 
Colonel.— Sir Henry Peter Ewart, 1 KCB. GOTO. Crown Equerry ; Cornet, p ~25 Feb. 58 ; Lieut. p 22 July 59; 
Captain, p 25 Mar. 62 ; Major and Lt. Colonel, 26 Mar. 73; Colonel, 26 Mar. 78 ; Lt. Colonel, 10 Apr. 78; 
Major General, 7 Dec. S7 ; Colonel 7 Dragoon Guards, 10 Feb. 00. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Charles William Thompson, 3 DSO. Lieut. 28 Jan. 82 ; Capt. 9 Mar. 87 ; Major, 
21 Mar. Q7 : Brevet Lt.Cnlonel, 22 Aug. 02; Lt. Colonel, 18 Mar. 03. __^_ 



Majobs. 

Bernard Russel Dietz, 6 2nd in Command, ) 

26 Aug. o: j 

Hy. A. Lempriere, 9 DSO. Staff College 

Richard Sparrow 12 

John Edward Frederick DyerlO 



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Captains. 

Moreton Foley Gage, 13 Adjt. Dorset Imp. 

Yeomanry, 1 May 03 

Rich.Griffi'thOliverBrams ton-Newman, 15 ') 

Adjt. North of Ireland Imperial Yeo 

manry, 15 June 03 , 

Noel Dawson Henry Campbell,") Adjt. \ 

Lancaster Imp. Yeomanry, 1 Apr. 03 ...) 

William Reginald Haldane Jenkins 17 

WickhamFrith Chappell 18 

William StobartWhetherly, 19 Adjutant, > 

22 May 05 ) 

William Maurice Copland Du Quesne 

Caillard, 20 Aide de Camp to Sir H. ~ 

M'Callum [extra) , 

Edward Hoare Reeves 21 



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Lieutenants. 

Jestyn Llewelyn Mansel 23 

Forrester Colvin Watson 2 * 

Cecil Arthur Shaw, 28 DSO 

Michael Egan Lindsay^ 

Harry Arthur Clifton 30 

John Edmund David Holland 31 

John Greene 32 

Evelyn Cyril WatsonM 



Second Lieutenants. 
Richard James Keath Potter,3s Indian\ 

Army ) 

John Charles Heys Thomson 

Henry Gordon Sbrubb 

Sugden Elkanah Armitage ., 

George FitzRoy Cavendish Clarke 

David Finlay 



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12 Mar. 92 
5 Aug. 96 

20 Feb. 97 

8 Sept. 97 
7 May 98 

3 Aug. 98 

10 Oct. 94 
23 Feb. 98 



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2 Mar. 92 



10 Jan. 
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15 Apr. 96 
9 June 97 

23 Feb. 98 

7 Dec. 98 
3 June 99 

3 June 99 

10 June 96 

16 Nov. 98 



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13 Oct. 98 



19 Sept. 99 

24 Jan. 00 

1 Apr. 03 

1 Apr. 03 

1 May 03 

15 June 03 

11 July 03 

5 Mar. 04 



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22 Aug. 02 
29 Nov. 00 



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19 Sept. 99 

1 Apr. 03 
26 Aug. 03 
6 June 05 



Elding Master.— Adolphus Egbirt V. Huxstable, 17 June 03 ; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Master.— Frederick Charles Butcher, 42 26 Oct. 95; Hon. Captain, 29 Nov. 

Scarlet — Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Sir Henry P. Ewart commanded the Household Cavalry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in'the 
engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle o£ Tel-el-Kebir (three times 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan 
campaign in 1885 as Brigadier General in command of the. Cavalry Brigade — horse shot (mentioned in'despatches, 
KCB* and Clasp). 



Jth {The Princess BoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. 141a 

3 Lt.Colonel Thompson served with the 7 th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of r332,and was present inthe two 
actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in South African war, 1899-1902 ; was employed under Military Governor, Pretoria ; in command of 7th Dragoon 
Guards 19th Dec. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State May 1900 ; in the Transvaal 
in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east 
of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal in Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 
1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel. DSO., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

ti Major B. R. Dietz served in South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions 
at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 and July to Aug. 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. to July 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with five Clasps). 

9 Major H. A. Lempriere served in South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Adjutant to 7th Dragoon 
Guards April 1900 to 31st May 1302 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action 
at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria. 1900. including actions at Belfast in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
DSO., Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps, Qualified for Staff Service). 

10 Major J. E. F. Dyer served in South African war in 1900-02 with Imperial Yeomanry, also as Adjutant to 7th 
Dragoon Guards from March to April 1900 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including 
action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange 
River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 and Oct. 1901 to Jan. 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. to Oct- 
1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 190 1 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

12 Major Sparrow served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, also as Assistant Inspector of 
Remounts; took part in operations in Natal 1899-1900, and in the Transvaal Feb. to June 1901 : in Orange River Colony- 
June to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Captain Gage served in the operations in Uganda in 1897-98, and was slightly wounded at the capture of the 
Soudanese Forts near Mruli (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 
on the Staff, also as Acting Provost to Officer Commanding Potchefstroom District ; took part in operations in Orange- 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including actions at Belfast ; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 to Sept. 1901 ; in Orange River 
Colony Oct. 1901 to 31st May 1902 : and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Captain Bramston-Newman served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Natal 1899 ; 
in Orange Free State April to May 1900. including action at Zand River; in th„ Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including action near Johannesburg ; in Natal March 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900- 
(Medal with four Clasps). 

M Captain N. D. H. Campbell served in South African war in 1900-01 on the Staff, and took part in operations in 
Orange Free State April to May 1900. including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; and in the Transvaal 
Dec. 1900 fo July 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

17 Captain \V. R. H. Jenkins served in South African war in 1900-02 on the Staff; took part in operations in Orange- 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900. including 
actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including actions at Belfast (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

18 Captain W. F. Chappell served in South African war in 1900-02 on the Staff, and took part in operations in 
Orange Free State April to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including action at Belfast ; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 
to 31st May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Captain W. S. VVhetherly served in South African war in 1900-02 as Adjutant to 12th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal 
in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900. including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; 
in the Transvaal 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on thel Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

20 Captain W. M. C. Du Q. Caillard served in South African war in 1900-01, and took part in operations in Orange 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including 
actions near Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; and 
in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Jan. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

21 Captain E. H: Reeves served in the South African war in 1901—02, and took part in the operations in the 
Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps): 

23 Lieut. J. L. Mansel served in South African war in 1900-02 — wounded ; took part in operations in Orange Free- 
State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colon)-, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange 
River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 

1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

24 Lieut. F. C. Watson served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in Cape Colony, 
south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 
1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. i9or (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

28 Lieut. C. A. Shaw served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal,. 
east of Pretoria, Sept. to Nov. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. to Sept. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape 
Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 
_ 29 Lieut. M. E. Lindsay served in South African war in 1899-1901 with 1st New Zealand Contingent ; took part 
in relief of Kimberley ; in operations in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Driefontein and' 
Zand River : in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, Nov. 1899 to Feb. 1900, including actions at Colesberg ; in the- 
Transvaal and Orange River Colony Feb. to Dec. 1901 — slightly wounded ; and in Cape Colony Jan. to Feb. 1901 (Medal 
with three Clasps). 

SO Lieut. H. A. Clifton served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant to Bethune's Mounted Infantry from) 
5th Oct. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in operations in Natal 1899; was present at relief of Ladysmith, including 
actions at Colenso and Spion Kop ; on Tugela Heights ; in Natal March to June 1900, including action at Laing's Nek; 
in the Transvaal June to 29th Nov. 1900 and 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900; in Orange River Colony Dec. 1900 to May- 

1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with two Clasps). 



i4 l ° yth (The Princess RoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. 

31 Lieut. J. E. D. Holland served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal July 
to Aug. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony April 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

32 Lieut. J. Greene served in South African war in 1899-1902 — slightly wounded ; served with Imperial Yeomanry ; 
took part in operations in Transvaal 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901, Jan. 1902, and April 
to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal 
with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

34 Lieut. Watson served in South African war in 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

35 Second Lieut. R. J. K. Potter served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony and Cape Colony April to 31st May 1902. 

42 Captain F. C. Butcher served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
action at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River 
Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 
to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, granted Hon. rank of Captain, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

Record, of the Services of the 7th {Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in 168S as the " 10th Horse, or Devonshire's Regiment." To Ireland, 1689. To the Netherlands as 
■Schomberg's Horse," 1691. To England, 1698. To Holland, 1702 (battles of Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde, 
and Malplaquet). To Ireland, 1714. Entitled Ligonier's Horse," 1720. To Germany, 1742 (battle of Dettingen). 
To England, 1745. Entitled "4th Irish Horse, or The Black Horse," 1746. To Ireland, 1747. To Germany, 1760. 
To Ireland, 1763. Entitled " 7th Dragoon Guards (The Princess Royal's Regiment)," 1788. To England, 1799. To 
Ireland, 1814. To Scotland, 1820. To England, 1822. To the Cape, 1846 (first Kafir war). To England, 1847. 
To India, 1857. To England, 1S68. To Ireland, 1872. To England, 1878. To Egypt. 188? (actions at Kassasin 
And battle of Tel-el-Kebir). To India, 1883. To Egypt, 1S93. To England, 1894. To South Africa, 1900. 



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1st (Royal) Dragoons. 



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Fall Hall 
Pay.; Pay. 



The Crest of England within the Garter. An Eagle. "Spectemur agendo." 

"Dettingbh" "Peninsula" " Waterloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol" "South Afeica, 
1399-1902" "Relief of Ladysmith." 
Colonelin Chief. — Sis Majesty William II. German Emperor and King ofPrussia, KG., GCVO. 5 May 94 ; 

Field Marshal 27 Jan. 01. 
Colonel.— p.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell, 1 CMG., Cornet, p 6 Feb. 63 ; Lieut. p 23 Aug-. 64 ; Captain, p i3 June 

68 ; St. Major, 1 Apr. 74 ; Major, 15 June 81 ; Lt.Colonel, 1 July 3i ; Colonel, 1 July 85 ; Major General, 

20 Jan. 97 : Colonel 1 Dragoons, 9 June 90. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — George Limbrey Lord Basing,- CB. Lieut. 2 Aug. 82; Cayt. 1 Oct. 87 ; Major, 2 Feb. 

98; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 29 Nov. 00 ; Lt.Colonel, 2 Feb. 02 ; Colonel, 2 July 04. 



Majobs. 

pj.c. Colquhoun Grant Morrison, 3 ") 
D.A.A.G. Jersey; D.A.A.G. Orange > 
Biter Colony District, South Africa ...) 

Ernest Makins,5 DSO 

p.s.c. Henry De Beauvoir De Lisle, 6 CB.') 
DSO. (Bt. Lt.Colonel 2 Jan. 02) 5 

George Frederick Steele 7 



|2NI> LIBUT. 



Adjt.-j 
inry, > 



Captains. 

Son. Arthur Hamilton-Russell 3 

Henry Donald M'Neile^ 

Thomas Morton Stanhope Pitt, 10 Adjt, 

2nd County nf London Imp. Yeomai 

i5 June 02 

Charles Archibald Calvert," Adjt. E. 

Riding of Yorkshire Imperial Yeomy. ) 
Son. Christian Henry Charles Guest 12 ... 
Edward York, u Adjutant Leicester) 

Imperial Yeomanry, 16 Feb. 03 / 

XorJChas. Geo. Francis Fitzmaurice 11 ... 

Bertie Edward Parker Leighton 15 

Thomas Philip Godman lr 

Philip Edward Hardwick, 1 ' Adjutant ) 

22 Dec. 02 J 

William Douglas Grant 80 



Lieutknants. 

Son. Wilfrid Charles William Egerton, 23 1 
Aide de Camp to Lt.Gen. Sir II. J. T. 
Sildyard, KCB j 

Henry M'Laren Lambert" 

Lord Alastair Robert Innes-Ker 2i 

Hugh Handiey Sandbach 28 

Henry Archdale Tomkinson 27 

Walter Thornton Hodgson-"' 

Cecil Robert Tidswell j0 

Thomas Strutt Irwin 51 

Alister Hillyar Darby Chapman 

Arthur Craven Charrington 



Second Lieutenants. 

Cecil Fras. Montgomery Pike 

Wm. Henry Jepson Mt. Leger Atkinson... 

William Tremnyne Miles 

Robert Houston 

Gordon Philip Lewe3 Cosens 

Erereton Rowland Hudson 



22 Jan. 79 18 June Si 

23 Jan. 92 31 Aug. 93 
10 Mar. 83 

7 Sept. 92 20 Nov. 93 



21 Oct. 93 27 June 94 
31 Jan. 94 9 Jan. q5 

20 June 04 27 Feb. 95 



12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 

29 May 
25 Mar. 
7 Apr. 
11 Aug. 
18 Oct. 



94 28 Aug. 
94 14 Mar. 
94 14 Oct. 

95! 2 Feb. 
gi\ 12 May 
97 i 24 Jnly 
97 1 Feb. 
99 28 Apr. 



27 Mar. 
2 Feb. 



1 Oct. 
29 May 



20 Nov. oc 



24 July 99 
1 Feb. 00 

28 Apr. 00 



95 17 Apr. 01 

96 22 June 01 



22 June oi 

27 June 01 
27 June 01 

23 Jan. 05 

001 9 Aug. 05 
00 9 Aug. 05 



29 Nov. 



6 Dec. 99 

2i Feb. 00 

23 May 00 

8 Jan. 01 

4 Aug. 00 

it Sept. 01 

12 Oct. 01 

4 Dec. 01 

26 Mar. 02 



26 Mar. 

26 Mar. 02] 
22 Oct. 02 

27 Jan. 04 
3 Dec. 04 

16 Sept. 05 



3 Oct. 00 

3 Oct. 00 

1 Jan. 01 
3 Jan. 01 

27 June 01 

2 Aug. 02 
27 Jan. 04 
27 Jan. 04 

23 Jan. 05 

24 June 05 



15 Sept. 97 

3 Sept. 02 

19 Dec. 03 

1 Oct. 04 



Biding Master.— John Crowley, i4Dec. 98; Hon. Lieut. — With 3 Provisional Regt. of Dragoons. 
Quarter Master.— Frederick Burch, 38 2 Nov. 98 ; Son. Captain, 29 Nov. 00. 

Scarlet — .Facing Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Embarked for South Africa, 30 Oct. 1899. 



1 Major General Russell served ill the Ashanti war Irom the 17th December 1873 ; was attached to Woods' Regiment 
ind commanded the post o( Accrofoomu on the line of communications (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp) Served 
in the latter part ol the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd Division, and was present 
,n the engagement at Uiundi (Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Boer war of r88i. 

2 Colonel Lord Basing served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Dragoons from 
(St feb. 1900.' Was present at the relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th. 
Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ■ the 
.per itiona on Tugela Heights 14th to 27th Feb. 1900, and the action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations 
a Natal, March to June 1900 ; and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; was in command of a Column 
:5th July 1901 to 31st May 1902; took part in operations in the Transvaal July to August 1001 and March loo-'' 
031st May 1902; in Orange River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (three times 
nentioned in despatches, CB.. fBrevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps) 

P Major Morrison served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Station Commandant, Middle- 
jurg, and as Administrator of No. 10 Area: 

■ Major Makins served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith in- 
luding engagement at Colenso, the operations of 17th to 74th Jan; 1900, and action at Spion Kop : the operations- 



142a 1st (Royal) Dragoons. 

•of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Vaal Krantz : the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb: ioo.» 
and action at Pieter's Hill. The operations in Natal, March to June 1900; and in Orange River Colony, May to 
29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Jan. to Aug. 1901, and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. 
2901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Lt. Colonel De Lisle served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 with the Mounted Infantry, includ- 
ing the attack on the Ambigole Wells and the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, DSO. (Medal and 
Khedive's Star). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff — severely wounded ; took part in relief of 
Kimberley ; operations in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, 
Karree Siding, Houtnek, Vet River and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to Sept. 1900, including actions 
at Venterskroon ; in Orange River Colony May to Aug. and Sept. to Nov. 1900, including actions at Wittebergen 
and Bothaville ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; and in the Transvaal, 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony, 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 (four times mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

7 Major Steele served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant of 1st Dragoons from Oct. 1899 to 
6th Jan. 1900, and from 28th Jan. 1900: Was present at relief of Ladysmith, including engagement at Colenso ; 
the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 
27th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Pieter's Hill. The operations in Natal, March to June 1900 ; and in Orange 
River Colony, March to Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Jan. to Aug. 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River 
Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Captain Hon. A. Hamilton-Russell served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the reliei of 
Ladysmith, including action at Colenso: the operations of 17th to 24th Jan; 1900, and engagement at Spion Kop ; 
the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz — wounded ; the operations in Natal, March to June 
1900 ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal April to Aug. 1901, March to 31st May 
1902 ; in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

9 Captain M'Neile served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding the engagement at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; theoperations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb; 1900, and 
action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, and in Orange River Colony, 
May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; also operations in the Transvaal Jan. to Aug. 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; and in Orange 
River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

if Captain Pitt served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, including 
the action at Colenso; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and engagement at Spion Kop; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. 1900, 
and action at Pieter's Hill Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and in Orange River 
Colony from May to 29th Nov 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Jan. to Aug. 1901, and March to May 1902 ; and in Orange 
River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

11 Captain Calvert served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, in 
eluding engagements of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; the operations of 5th to 7th Feb: 1900, 
and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill. 
Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and in Orange River Colony from May to Nov. 

1900 ; in the Transvaal April to Aug. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901, and Aug. 

1901 to Jan. 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

12 Captain Guest served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and was present at the relief of Lady- 
smith, including action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Vaal Krantz ; and in the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb. 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operatiens in Natal fom March to June 1900, and in the 
Orange River Colony from May to Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

13 Captain York served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding engagement at Colenso; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan: : i900, and action at Spion Kop; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; and the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. 1900, 
and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and in the Orange 
River Colony from May to Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal April to Aug. 1901, March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901, and August 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal 
with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

14 Captain Lord Fitzmaurice served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at the relief of Lady- 
smith, including action at Colenso; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and engagement at Spion Kop ; the 
operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb; 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in the Orange Free State in May 1900, and 
in Natal in March 1900 (Medal with four Clasps). 

16 Captain Leighton served in the SouthAfrican war in r899-i902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and engagement at Spion Kop ; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. 1900, 
and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and in the Orange 
River Colony from May to Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Jan. to July 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony Sept. 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). . 

1' Captain Godman served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding the action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and engagement at Spion Kop ; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz: the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb; 1900, 
and the action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in operations in Natal from March to June 1900 ; in the Transvaal 
May to Aug. 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape 
Colony May 1902 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

18 Captain Hardwick served in the SouthAfrican war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and was present at the relief of 
Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan: 1900, and the engagement at Spion Kop ; 
the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, r4th'to 27th 
Feb: 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and 
in the Orange River Colony from May to Nov 1900 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

20 CaptainGrant served in the South African war in 1899— 1902, and took part inthe operations in Natal from March 
to June 1900 ; in the Orange River Colony from May to Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Jan. to Aug. 1901 and March 
to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

23 Lieut. Egerton served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the operations in Orange River 
Colony from June to Nov. 1900 — severely wounded; in the Transvaal from April to Aug. 1901 ; and in Orange 
River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901 and Aug. 1901 to Jan. 1902 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

M Lieut. Lambert served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the operations in the Orange 
River Colony June to Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal Jan. to Aug. 1901, and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River 
Co.ony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 : and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

20 Lieut. Sandbach served in South African war in 1 899-1 902, and took part in operations ia the Transvaal May to 



1st (Royal) Dragoons. 142b 

Aug. 1901 and March to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony 
Jan. to May 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

27 Lieut. H. A. Tomkinson served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902. 

29 .Lieut: Hodgson served in the South African war in 1899-T902 with the Ceylon Mounted Infantry, and was 
present in the engagements at Poplar Grove and Zand River, and in the operations before Johannesburg and Pretoria 
joined the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment 2nd Sept. (Medal with six Clasps). 

30 Lieut. C. R. Tidswell served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal March 
to 31st May r902 ; and in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902. 

•51 Lieut. T. S. Irwin served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal March 
to 31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Dec. igor to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May to Dec. igor. 

88 Captain _ Burch served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including action at Colenso; the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. rgoo, and engagement at Spion Kop ; the operations 
of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. rgoo, 
and action at Pieter's Hill. Also took part in the operations in Natal from March to June 1900, and in the Orange 
River Colony from May to Nov. igoo ; in the Transvaal Jan. to May igor and March to 31st May igo2 ; in Orange 
River Colony Sept. 1901 to March 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, and granted Hon 
rank of Captain, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



1st (Royal) Dragoons. 

Record of the Services of the Royal Dragootis {formerly " The King's Own Royal Regiment 

Dragoons.") 

Eaiaed in England in 1661 as the " Tangiers Horse," and proceeded to Tangiers. Returned to 
England, 1684. To Ireland, 1689. To England, 1690. To Flanders, 1694. To England, 1697. To 
Holland, 1702. To Portugal, 1703 (Spanish "War of Succession). Detachment to Spain, 1719. To 
Flanders, 1742 (battle of Dettingen). To Germany, 1760. Four Troops to the Netherlands, 1793. To 
Portugal, 1809 (Peninsular War, battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria and Toulouse). To 
Belgium, 181 5 (battle of Waterloo). To England, 1816. To the Crimea, 1854 (battle of Balaklava and 
siege of Sebastopol). To England and Ireland, 1856. To England, 1S61. To Ireland, 1867. To 
Scotland, 1873. To England, 1875. To Ireland, 1880. Detachment to Egypt, 1884. To England, 1886. 
To Ireland, 1893. To England, 1897. To South Africa, 1899. 



143 



2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys). 



Norwich. 



jfear a'SerJ The Thistle within the Circle and Motto of St. Andrew 
FulliHalf "" 
Pay. Pay. 



'Sevastopol' 



. An Eagle. " Second to None " "Blunttthm' 

KAMILLIES "OUDENA]lDE""MALPLAQUET" "DetTINGEn" "WATEELOo" "BALAXLAVA'* 

" South Africa, 1899-1502" "Relief of KiMBEBLEr" " Paardibebg." 
Colonel in Chief.— His Imperial Majesty Nicholas II. Emperor of Russia, KG. 8 Dec. 04 

Colonel. — Andrew Smith Montague Browne 1 ' 2nd Lieut. is Nov ^5: Lieut jfi Mot-' rZ n.,t ■ t-i o 

Major, 30 June 69; Lt.Colonel, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel, Oct? 81 • MaL ©«?£«¥ '£%%?' ''** %" S8 , S 
3 Dragoon Guards, 3 Mar. 03; Colonel 2 Dragoons, n July -05. J General, 10 Feb. 93; Co-onel^ 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Coventry Williams, 2 2nd Lieut. 14 Jan. 80: Lieut 1 Tnlv Rt . r n *,t i*r„ oc nr ■ 
25 Apr. 07 ; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 26 June 02 ; Lt.Colonel, 19 Aug. 03. U y 8l ' C " pt - 2+ N ° V ' S6 - Ma J or ' 



Majors. 
Alfred Douglas Miller, 5 DSO. D.A.A.G.\ 

N.E. District, 6 Feb. 03 j 

Charles Bulkeley Bulkeley- Johnson, 6 ) 

serving with the Egyptian Army J 

William Pellowes Collins 7 

Algernon Lawson 8 



Captains. 

Hon. Robert Hamilton Lindsay 9 

Archibald George Seymour 10 

Hon. Archibald James Murray St. Clair 11 \ 

(Master of Sinclair) ) 

Foster Swetenham 12 

Robert Dingwall Fordyce 13 

Walter Long, 1 * DSO. Aidede Camp to Brig. \ 

General H. J. Scobell. 1 Apr. 03 / 

Harold B. Towse 17 

George Graham Middleton, 15 Adjt. North- ) 

ampton Imp. Yeomanry, 24 Apr. 05 ) 

Walter Ernest Lawrence.^tCopW. Wales ~> 

Borderers, 29 Nov. 99 j 

Lieutenants. 

William M'Combie Duguid M'Combie, \ 

I Prov. Regt. of Dragoons ) 

Harry Clifton Trevor Parker 21 W. African \ 

Regiment ) 

Son. Anthony Morton Henley, 23 Adjutant! 

II Oct. 03 / 

Carnegie, Robert Pawson'20 

Francis Alexander TJmfreville Pickering 24 ... 

Sydney James Hardy 25 

John Mark Francis Sprot 26 

Alaric Rimmiugton Moncrieff 27 



Eric Henry Bonham, 28 Aide de Camp to ) 

Brigadier General R. G. Broadwood j 

Percy Robert Laurie 

Montague Joseph Chas. Somerset Johnstone 

Second Lieutenants. 

William Eugene Melies 

Clement Octavius Nicholson 

Aubrey Brooke Winch** 

Malcolm Borwick 

Cuthbert Edwin Palmer 

Thomas Edmund Estcourt 

John Jeffrey Readman 

Eric John Hardy 

John Menzies Wilson 



2ND LIEUT. 



5 Feb. 87 

6 Feb. 89 
2S Dec. 92 



10 Oct. 
25 Mar. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
13 Apr. 

20 May 



CAPTAIN. 



7 Feb. 85! 28 June 93I 



16 Mar. 



13 June 94 



-.5 Oct. 9 o| 5 July 96 
25 Apr. 94 20 Mar. 01 



25 Sept. 
23 Mar. 

12 Apr. 

12 Apr. 
4 Oct. 99! 

10 July 00 



20 May 


9? 


12 July 


00 


13 Aug. 




22 May 


94 


6 Dec. 


99 


3 Oct. 


00 


3 Feb. 


00 


27 July 


01 


23 May 


00 


28 Aug. 


OT 


24 Jan. 


00 


22 May 


Ol 


5 Jan. 


01 


15 Nov. 


OT 


8 Jan. 


01 


26 Feb. 


02 


8 May 


01 


26 Feb. 




6 Dec. 


99 


10 May 


02 


26 June 


OT 


2 Aug. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


11 Oct. 


O, 


4 Dec. 


OX 


22 Oct. 


04 


4 Dec. 


OI 






26 Mar. 


02 






30 Apr. 


02 






it June 


02 






18 Nov. 


°1 






17 Feb. 


°4 






2 Mar. 


04 






29 Nov. 


OS 






29 Nov. 


°S 




j 



20 Mar. 01 

22 May 01 

27 July 01 

15 Nov. 01 

7 Feb. 02I 

23 Apr. 02 
14 June 02 j 
2 Aug. 02 

2 Mar. 04 



20 Feb. 02 

17 Sept. 02 
1 Apr. 03 
9 Jan. 04 



Riding Master. — George Parker, 27 Feb. 95 ; Hon. Lieut, with 4 Provisional Regiment of Dragoons. 
Quarter Master. — Thomas Milne Ross, 4 " 20 Feb. 01 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Scarlet — FacingsBlne. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Embarked for South Africa, 5 Nov. 1899. 



1 Major General A: S. M: Browne served with the Scots Greys in the Crimea from 30th July to 1st September, 
and from October to December i3s5, including the battles of Tchernaya and the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, Turkish Medal). 

2 Lt.Colonel Williams served in the South African war in 1899— 1902, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including actions at Colenso, the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; operations of 5th 
to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights 14th to 17th Feb. 1900, and action at Pieter's 
Hill : afterwards served on Staff ; operations in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to Sept. 1901, and Oct. 1901 to Feb. 
1902 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; 
and in Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Major Miller served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Adjutant of 2nd Dragoons to 
gth of May 1900." He was present at the relief of Kimberley, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State 
3rom Feb. to May 1900, including engagements at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and Karree 
Siding ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1901 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps, qualified for Staff employment). 

G Major Bulkeley- Johnson served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1809, and com- 
manded the Egyptian Cavalry during the operations which resulted in the final defeat and death of the Khalifa (4th 
Class of the Medjidie, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps): 

1 Major W. F. Collins served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the operations in the Orange 



2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys). I 43 a 



Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including engagements at Paaj ieberg, 17th to 26th Feb. 1900, and actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, and Karree Siding (Medal with three Clasps). 

8 Major Lawson served in the South African war in 1899—1902 on the Staff, and was present at the relief of Kim- 
berley ; and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including engagements 
at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River; the operations in the 
Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Jcnannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; and in the 
operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including action at Belfast ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria July to 
29th Nov. 1900 ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to May 1901 ; 
and in Cape Colony May 1901 to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

9 Captain Hon. R. H. Lindsay served in South African war in 1S99-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Driefon- 
tein, Karree Siding, and Zand River ; and in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill (Medal with five Clasps). 

10 Captain Seymour served in the South African war in jjgg-igor, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; 
and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including engagements at Paarde- 
berg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and Karree Siding ; the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, 
including action at Elands River ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to Aug. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
four Clasps). 

11 Captain Hon. A. J. M. St. Clair served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Orange 
Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to May 1902 ; 
and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

12 Captain Swetenham served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at the relief of Kimberley; 
and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb to May 1900, including engagements at Paarde- 
berg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and Karree Siding (Medal with three Clasps). 

!3 Captain Fordyce served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at the relief of Kimberley — 
wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

11 Captain Long served in th South African war in 1890-1902, and was present at the relief of Kimberley — 
wounded ; took part in operations in Transvaal May 1901 to May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. 
and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, DSO-, Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

13 Captain Middleton served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; 
and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including the engagements at Paar- 
deberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontien, Karree Siding, and Zand River; operations in the Transvaal, Jan. 
to May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

^tCaptain W, E. Lawrence served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the Rhodesian Field Force, and 
on the Staff. 

17 Captain Towse served in the South African'war in 1899-1902 with the Imperial Yeomanry (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

20 Lieut. Pawson served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal 30th Nov, 1900 
to May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with 
three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Parker served in the South African war in 1900-or, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free 
State from Feb. to May 1900, including action at Zand River the operations in the Transvaal in May and Juneigoo 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill : and the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pre- 
toria, including action at Belfast ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Dec. 1900 
to Jan. 1901 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with 
three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

22 Lieut. Hon. A. M. Henley served in South African war in 1899-1902 with Imperial Yeomanry, and took part in 
the operations in the Transvaal, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 
to May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with 
three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Pickering served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal Sept. 1901 to 
May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901, and in Cape Colony May 1902. 

SB Lieut. S. J. Hardy served in South African war, and took part in operations in Transvaal April and May 1902, 
and in Cape Colony. May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

M Lieut. J. M. F. Sprot served in South African war, and took part in operations in the Transvaal April and May 
1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

2 7 Lieut. Moncrieff served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, 
the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb. to May 1900, including the engagements at Paardeberg, 18th Feb 
— severely wounded ; and the operations in Orange River Colony from May to 29th Nov. 1900 (Medal with three Clasps 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

28 Lieut. Bonhara served in South African war in 1901-02 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 
38 Second Lieut. A. B. Winch served in the South African War in 1902, and took part in the operations in the 

Transvaal and Orange River Colony, March to May 1902, and the operations in Cape Colony, Jan. to March 1902: 

40 Quarter Master Ross served in the South African war in 1899-1901, and was present at the relief of Kimberley 

and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State from Feb, to May 1900, including engagements at Paardeberg: 

I Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River ; the operations in the Transvaal, including actions ne=r 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; and the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including engage 
ment at Belfast ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept and 
Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 (Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



Record of the Services of the Royal Scots Greys (formerly " The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons ' ci.d 
"The Royal North British Dragoons" ). 

Raised in Scotland in 1678, and proceeded to Flanders in 1694. To Scotland, 1698. To Holland 
I702 (battles of Blenheim, Raraillies, Oudenarde and Malplaquet). To England, 1713. To the Co lti- 
oent, 1743. To England, 1748. To Germany, 1758. To England, 1763. Four troops to Holland, 1593 
to 1795. The Regiment embarked for Belgium, 1815 (battle of Waterloo). To England, 1816. To the 
Crimea, 1851 (battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol). To England, 1856. To Ireland, 1856. To 
Scotland, 1861. To E >gland, 1863. To Ireland, 1865. To Scotland, 1871 To England, 1873. To 
Ireland, 1878. To Scotland, 1883. To England, 1885. To Ireland, 1888. To England, 1890. To 
Ireland, 1892. To England, 1893. To Scotland, 1897. To South Africa, 1890. 



11 



144 



fears'Ser 
FuiT Half 
Pay. Pay 



3rd {The King's Own) Hussars. [suikot, Punjab. 

The White Horse within the Garter. " Necasperaterrent." "Dettingen '."' Salamanca" "Vittobia" 
"Toulouse" "Peninsula" " Cabool, 1842 " "Moodkee" " Fbbozeshah" "Sobbaon " 
"Punjaub" " Chillianwallah " " Goojerat " " South Afbica, 1902." 
Colonel.— Edward Howard-Vyse, Cornet, p 2i Aug. 49; Lieut. p 3 Feb. 54; Captain, p i 7 Feb. 57- Miiov* 
•"io June 62 ; Lt. Colonel, p i8 Oct. 64; Colonel, 18 Oct. 69; Major General, 25 Apr. 80 • Lt.Qeneral '25 Api» 
85; Colonel 3 Hussars, 23 Sept. 91. ' 

Lieutenant Colonel.— St. Clair Oswald,' 2nd Lieut. 14 Sept. 78; Lieut. 29 June 81; Capt. 17 Oct. 85* 
Major, 14 Oct. 96; Lt. Colonel, 14 July 02 ; Colonel, 14 July 05. 



Majobs. 

Walter Goring:, 2 2nd in Command, 14 July 02 

Valentine George Whitla 3 . 

Walter Graham Murray, 4 DSO 

Alfred Alexander Keunedy 5 

Captains. 

William Maitland Tower, Adj. Lanark 
shire Imp. Yeo. 11 Nov. 01 

Albert Maitland Tabor? 

HenrySanderson Laverton 8 

Bernard Granville, 9 Adjt. Hants Yeomanry 

Reginald Seager Hunt 10 

Robert Ronald Henderson 11 

Robert Lyon Moore, 12 2nd Lt. 4 Bn. Innis- 
kiUing Fusiliers. 19 Jan. 87 ; Lieut. 14 
July 88; Capt. 26 June 97 

George Landale 13 

Philip James Vandelsur Kelly 14 



Lieutenants. 



Herbert Combe 15 

Francis James Du Pre, 16 Adjt. 12 July 04 

Joseph Montgomery 17 

Frederick Reginald Burnside, 18 Adjt. and 
Qr. Mr. 6 (Somnlilami) Battn: Einq's 
African Jtijles 

James JarJine Dobie 19 

Geoffrey Baynes 20 

Montague Burge 22 

Harold Leney 23 

Warrington Royds Tylden- Wright 24 

John Edward Atkinson 25 



2ND LIEUT. 



30 Jan. 



25 Nov. 85 

6 May 85 

,23 May 91 

10 Oct. 91I 16 Nov. 92 



8 Jan. 

17 Dec. y 
26 June 95 
24 June 96 
15 May 97 
15 May 97 



Second Lieutenants. 



Samuel Tudor Barr 

Ron. Ralph Gerard Alexander Hamilton J 

(Master ofBelhaven) J 

Bernard Croft 30 

George Rogers Turner 

Richard Raymond de Cruce Grubb 

Thomas Chalmers Mackenzie 



15 Dec. 
4 May 



11 Jan. 99 

12 Aug. 99 
12 Aug. 99 

5 May 

23 May 00 

23 May 00 

3 Oct. 00 
8 Jan. 01 

4 May o: 

24 July 01 



18 Jan. 02 

26 Aug. 03 

28 Nov. cm 

20 May 05 

16 Aug. 05 

20 Dec. 05 



92 



16 Nov 

6 Dec. 93 

14 Nov. 96 

24 Feb. 97 

13 Sept. 98 



14 Jan. 


99 


23 Dec. 
17 Jan. 


99 
00 


21 Mar. 
9 Nov. 
12 Apr. 


00 
00 
01 


12 Apr. 


01 


26 Apr. 
12 July 

5 Jan. 

5 Jan. 

-7 May 
25 Feb. 


01 
01 
02 

02 
02 

05 1 



10 Apr. 91 

9 Dec. 92 

23 May 96 

23 May 96 



14 July 98 

13 Sept. 98 

19 Jan. or 

22 Jan. 01 

26 Apr. or 

12 July 01 

19 Oct. 01 

6 Oct. 02 
21 Jan. 



8 July 99 



14 July 98 

15 Oct. 98 
26 Apr 01 
14 July oa 



Riding Master. — Charles Edward Haun, 8 Dec. 97 ; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Percy Clack, 15 Nov. 05 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Lt. Colonel St. C. Oswald served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. 1902 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

2 Major W. Goring served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange 
River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

3 Major Whitla serv( d in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Midshipman on board H.M.S. Sultan, and was present at 
the bombardment of the Alexandria Forts ; afterwards landed with the Naval Brigade (Medal with Clasp, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896, including the 
engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Khedive's Medal with two Clasps, Medal),' 
Served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony Dec. 
1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

4 Major Murray served in the operations in the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast in 1807-98* including the 
expedition to Karaga (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 
1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 

5 Major A. A. Kennedy served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902, and in Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

7 Captain A. M. Tabor served in Nile Expedition in 1898, including the battle of Khartoum (Khedive's Medal with 
Clasp, Medal). Served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange Rivet 
Coiony Jan. 1902 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

8 Captain H. S. Laverton served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 






2,rd (The King's Own) Hussars. 144a 

9 Captain B. Granville served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange 
River Colony Jan. to May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

10 Captain R. S. Hunt served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in th; Transvaal and Oranga 
River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

U Captain R. R. Henderson served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations ha the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

12 Captain R. L. Moore served in South African war in 1899-190^ and was employed with Imperial Yeomanry 
(mentioned in despatches). 

13 Captain G. Landale served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

1* Captain P. J. V. Kelly served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

15 Lieut. H. Combe served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange River 
Colony Jan. to April 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

16 Lieut. F. J. Du Pre served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May rgo2 (Medal with three Clasps). 

17 Lieut. J. Montgomery served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal and 
Orange River Colony Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

18 Lieut. F. R. Burnside served in South African war in 1900-02 with the City of London Imperial Volunteers, 
and took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with five 
Clasps). 

19 Lieut. J. J. Dobie served in South African war in r902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange River 
Colony Jan. 1902 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

•20 Lieut. G. Baynes served in South African war in 1901-02. and took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange 
River Colony Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

22 Lieut. M. Burge served in South African war in 1900-02 with Imperial Yeomanry, and took part in operations 
in Transvaal and Orange River Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps). 

23 Lieut. H. Leney served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange River 
Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

2-1 Lieut. W. R. Tylden-Wright served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was attached to Army Service Corps — 
severely wounded ; took part in operations in Orange River Colony May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in Cape Colony, south 
of Orange River; in the Transvaal May and June igor ; and in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to Jan. 1902 
(Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

2-5 Lieut. J. E. Atkinson .served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaa 
and Orange River Colony Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with Clasp). 

»0 Second Lieut. B. Croft served in South African war in 1902 — slightly wounded, and took part in operations in Trans- 
vaal Jan. to May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902. 



Record of the Servicts of the 3rd (King's Ov:n) Hussars. 

Raised in 16S5. To Holland, 169.1. To England, 1697. To Spain, 1702, apd returned same year 
To Spain, i"07- To England, 1708. To Gurminy, 1712. To England, 1745. To Franco, 1758, and 
returned same year. To Holland, 1809, and returned same year. To Spain, i3n. To England, 1814. 
To France, 1S15. To England, 181S. To India, 1837. To England 1852. To India, 1868. To. 
England, 1870. To Scotland, 1887. To Ireland, 1889. To England, 1894. To Iidia, 1858. 



145 



Fall 
Pay. 



Hall 

Pay. 



4th {The Queen's Own) Hussars. [ Meerut, Bengal. 

"Dettingen" "Talaveba" "Albuheba" "Salamanca" "Vittoeia" " Toulouse" " Pehinsula" 

"Afghanistan " "Ghuznee " "Alma" "Balaklava" "Inkeeman" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel.— Sir Alexander George Montgomery Moore, KCB. Cornet, p i3 Deo. "50; Lt. p 6 July 52; Cap*. 

p 9 May 56 ; Major, 14 Sept. 67 ; Lt. Colonel, p 23 Dec. 68 ; Colonel, 23 Dec. 73; Maj. General, 30 Dec. 84 ; 

Lt. General, 10 Mar. 92 ; General, 4 July 96 ; Col ynel 4th Hussars, 9 July. U4. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Reginald Hoare,' J Lieut. 30 Jan. 86; Captain, 10 May 93; Major, 4 Feb. 99; 

Lt. Colonel, 13 May 05. 



Majoes. 

Charles Hamlyn Agnew, s 2»rftn Command} 
13 May 01 J 

Francis Lee 

Joseph William Underwood 

Arthur Lockwood Trevor-Boothe.-Koyan 
Military College j 



Captains. 

Reginald Walter Ralph Barnes, M DSO. ~) 
Aide deCamp to Lordkitchener 1 May 04 $ 

Henry George Watkin 

Edmund Rieardc Clutterbuck.K Adjt.N. "> 
Somerfet Imp. Yeo. 1 Feb. 03 ) 

Ian Graham Hos'g, '"Adjutant, 17 Juneos... 

Stephen Edwin Wright Thompson 

John Evelyn Carmichael Darley'^ 

Egerton Orme Bellairs Black Black- ") 
Hawkins > 

Hugh Brooke Mockett 

Charles Maclean Lewin 



Lieutenants. 

Charles William Fyshe Palmer Roberts 24 

Adam Dickson Bell 

Lennox Cunningham Brodie 

William Francis Wormald 

Albert Edward Harold Breslin, Somaliland 

William Neilson 

William Blomfield White 

Adam Rivers Steele 

Thomas Wykeham Pragnell 

Second Lieutenants. 

Wilfred A. Selwyn de GaleSO 

Antony Vaughan William Stokes 

Alfred Erasmus Geoffrey MacCallum 

Neville Ogilvie Laing 

Alan Wortley Barrington Foote, 2nd > 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 10 Oct. 03 ... j 



2ND LIEUT. 



1 May 78 



29 Feb. 8S 
23 Oct. 89 



31 Dee. 90 

to Oct. 94 

10 Oct. 94 

15 Jan. 96 

9 Dec. 96 

15 Nov. 99 

5 Aug. 96 

30 Dec. 99 

10 Jan. 00 



19 May 

21 July 

18 Aug. 

24 Nov. 

24 Nov. 

8 May 

8 May 

2 Nov. 

26 Mar. 



LIEUT. 



28 Jan. 
22 Apr. 
4 July 
10 Oct. 03 

5 July 



05 



1 Oct. 80 

1 Sept. 86 
18 Dec. 89 

13 May 91 



10 May 

27 Nov. 

27 Nov. 

5 Sept. 
3 May 
3 Oct. 

8 June 

8 Mar. 
8 Mar. 



6 Dec. 01 

6 Dec. 01 
G Dec. 02 

11 Jan. 02 

2 Sept. 03 
1 May 04 

3 Sept. 04 

7 Sept. 04 
1 Feb. 05 



28 Aug. 86 

10 Mar. 94 

13 Feb. 9s 

18 Nov. 96 



31 Dec. 

20 May 

10 Oct. 

3 Nov. 
13 May 
25 Dec. 

1 May 
13 May 
19 Juno 



99 



04 



BEEV.SIAJ. 



7 July 04 



7 Oct. 96 

3 Nov. co 

18 Feb. 05 

20 May 05 



Riding Master. — Walter John Rose, 31 July 95 ; Hon. Capt., 31 July, o 
Quarter Master. — George Regan Burton, 23 Oct. 04 ; Hon. Lieut. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



8 Major Agnew served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Matabele war 
in 1896 with the 7th Hussars (Medal): 

9 Lt. Colonel R. Hoare served in South Africa in 1901, as Chief Staff Officer to Major General Sir B. Locke Elliott's 
Mobile Division in operations in Transvaal and Orange River Colony, and in 1902 commanded a Mobile Column in Cape 
Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 



4t7i (The Queen g Own) Hussars. : 45 rt 

H Captaia R. W. R. Barnes served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant Imperial Light Horse from Oct 
1S99 to Nov. 1900, and afterwards as second in Command of 17th Company Imperial Yeomanry, and then as temporary 
Lt. Colonel Commanding 2nd Company Imperial Yeomanry till March 1902.. Took part in actions of Elandslaagte — 
severely wounded, Spion Kop, Vaal Krantz, Pieter's Hill, relief of Ladysmith, relief of Mafeking ; operations round 
Pretoria, July and August 1900 ; eastern advance on Komati Poort ; and in Orange River Colony 1901-02 (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Captain Clutterbuck served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 13th Hussars, and was present at 
the battle of Colenso, in the operations of 21st to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop, the engagements 
at. Vaal Krantz and Pieter's Hill, and the relief of Ladysmith. 

IT Major I. G. Hogg served in the South African war in 1900 with the Field Intelligence Department, and as 
Commandant at Wellington (Medal with four Clasps). Served with the West African V rentier Force in the operations 
in Southern Nigeria in 1901 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Are Expedition in 1901-02 (Clasp)._ Served with the 
Kano Sokoto Expedition in 1903 (Clasp). Commanded a Column in the operations in Southern Nigeria in 1902-03 
',DSO, Clasp). 

20 Captain J. E. Darley served with 5th Lancers in South Africa in 1900-1903. To:>k part in operations in T:nas 
vaal including action of Belfast, and in Cape Colony — severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

"■> Lieut. Robtrts served with the New South Wales Lancers in the South African war in 1899-1900, and tuok 
part in the operations at Colesberg, Arundel, Riet River, Klip Drift, Modder River the relief of Kimberley, cpera- 
tions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and the occupation of Bloemfontein. 

30 Second Lieut. W. A. S. de Gale served in South Africa in 1901-02. and took part in operations in Cape Cc'ony, 
Orange Free State, and Transvaal (Medal with three Clasps). 






146 



Full. Half 
Pay. Pay 



5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. AidersKt. 

The Harp and Crown. " Quie Separalit f" — "Blenheim" "Ramillibs " "Oudenabde" 

" MALPLAQUET " "SlJAKIN, 1885 " " SOUTH AfBICA, 1899-1902 " " DEFENCE OF LiDTSlIITH.'' 

Colonel. — William Godfrey Dunham Massy, 1 CB. Ensign, 27 Oct. 54; Lieut. 9 Feb. 55; Capt. 20 Feb. 57 
Major, p ?3 Jan. 63; Lt. Colonel, p 3i Oct. 71; Colonel, 31 Oct. 76 ; Major General, 28 Aug. 86; Lieut. General, 
2: Jan. 93 : Colonel 4 Dragoon Guards, 11 Dec. 94; Colonel 5 Lancers, 4 Oct. 96. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— j.s.c. Herman Witsius Gore Graham, 1 ) DSO ; Lieut. 5 Mar. 84; Captain, 2 July 92 ; 
Major, 19 Apr. 99 ; Lt. Colonel, 19 Oct. 05. 



Majors. 
p.s.c. Edward Owen Wathen, 7 Brig.\ 

Major ^th Cavalry Brigade ) 

Arthur Parker 8 

p.s.c. William Augustus Adams 9 

Alexander Vaughan Leipzic Wood, 13 DSO 



Captains. 

Edwin Bryce Wilson 

John Barclay Scriven, n S .AfricanConstah . 
James Bruce Jardine,' 6 DSO. Japanese"! 

Army J 

Robert Clavton Browne-Clayton 17 

Walter Temple Willcox, 18 Adjutant 1 

12 Sept. 03 ) 

Maxwell Fielding M'Taggart, 19 Adjf,\ 

Royal 1st Devon Imp. Yeom. 22 Sept. 04 / 
-HoH.Arthur Maurice Robert Bingham,'-0 ) 

Aide de Camp to Lrrd Pluuket / 

Oswald Kesteven Chance 53 

Guy L. T. Seckham, CVy>#. R.G. Regiment 



Lieutenants. 



2ND LIEUT. 



Arthur George M'CIintock 2 ' 

George Gerald Montague Tyrrell, 25 Adjt. 1 

S. Rhodesia Vol. Ri/les ' i 

Henry Alexander Cooper 30 

Charles Evelyn Pym^l 

Henry Faudel Faudel-Phillips 

Herbert Creagh Jemngs 

Vane de Valence Mortimer Vallance 

Alick May Cunard 

Ohas. Jas. Astley Maberly, Lieut. i7th\ 

Lancers, 1 Nov. 04 j 

Brian Winwood Bobinson, from Lanc.\ 

R.G.A $ 



Second Lieutenants. 
Hume Sleigh, from Gordon' 



Edgar 

Highlanders..; 

Lionel Aymer de Satge de Thoren 

■2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Regiment 

28 Jan. 03 

William Sebag Montefiore, from Welsh t 

Regiment S 



% 



2 Mar. 04 
11 June 02 

13 July 01 



3 Aug. 
27 Apr. 05 



28 Nov. 05 



LIEUT.! 



16 Nov. 
5 Feb. 
3 Oct. 


87 
87 
88 


16 Nov. 
3 Oct. 


87 
88 


12 Mar. 


90 


2/. Dec. 


90 


8 Nov. 


93 


20 Feb. 


95 


18 Oct. 


99 


18 Oct. 


S9 


15 Nov. 


99 


15 Nov. 


99 


8 Jan. 

4 May 
26 Mar. 
11 June 


01 
01 
02 

02 



10 May 82 



CAPTAIN. 



8 May 
31 July 
10 Sept. 


89 
89 
90 


3 July 
26 Mar. 


89 
S o 


2 July 


92 


12 Aug. 


9-1 


5 Aug. 


95 


2 May 


97 


16 June 


00 


3 Oct. 
24 Dec. 


00 
02 


3 Oct. 


00 


20 Nov. 


00 


18 Sept. 
5 Oct. 
22 July 
18 Sept 
24 Jan. 
26 Aug. 


01 
01 
04 
°4 
05 
05 


27 Sept. 


05 


25 Nov. 


°5 



18 Jan. 89 

12 Aug. 94 
4 Nov. 93 19 Feb. 05 
16 June od 22 Aug. 02 



28 Oct. 94 

4 May 99 

5 Oct. 01 
5 Oct. 01 22 Aug. 02 
3 Nov. 03 

22 Sept. 04 

22 Apr. 05 

22 Apr. 05 

19 July 05 



MAJOR. 



6 June o 
4 July 03 

19 Oct. 05 



Riding Master. — Walter Holderness, 16 Dec. 03 ', Hon. Lieut. 

Quarttr Master.— Richard Knowlden, 18 Oct. 02; Son. Captain, 2 Sept. 05 

Bine. — Facings Scarlet. — Agtnts, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Lieut.General Dunham Massy served at the latter part of the siege of Sebastopol, was under fire at the battle 
of the Tchernaya, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 19th Regt. at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept., 
where with minor injuries he was dangerously wounded by a ball which passed through his left thigh, shattering 
the bone. Being left on the ground, he fell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing night, who supposing him to 
be mortally wounded, did not remove him with their prisoners. Was recommended in a special despatch by the 
Commander in Chief in the Crimea for his gallantry at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient endurance with 
which he bore his most severe suffering during a confinement to his camp stretcher of nearly six months (promoted 
Captain, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 1879- 
80 in command of a Cavalry Brigade, and was present at the battle of Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, the capture 
of the cantonment of Sherpore, the engagement in the Chardeh Valley, and the operations around Cabul in December 
1879 including the investment of Sherpore (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 



$th (Royal IrisK) Lancers. 146a 

i Major Graham served in the operations against the Awunahs, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1889 (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO.). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895-6 (Star). Served in 
the campaign on the Ncrth West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897, took part in the operations 
against the Mohmands as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, and was present in the engagement near Shabkadr 
(mentioned in despatches) ; also with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Provost Marshal 1st Division, and temporarily 
as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 3rd Brigade (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1902 on the Staff, and was present at the relief of Ladysmith; afterwards Provisional District Commander 
■of Utrecht, and as District Commandant; Administrator of Martial Law Area, Cape Colony District; and as 
Administrator of several districts (mentioned in despatches). 

' Major Wathen served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1902, and was present at the defence of Ladysmith — slightly wounded 22nd Dec, including the action 
of 6th Jan. 1900 — slightly wounded; afterwards employed on the Staff; took part in operations in the Transvaal 
April to May 1902 ; and in Orange River Co'.ony 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with two Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Major Parker served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to July 
1901, and in Cape Colony July 1901 to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). 

9 Major W. A. Adams served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the defence of Ladysmith 
the operations in the Transvaal, 30th November 1900 to July 1901: and in Cape Colony, July 1901 to 31st May 
1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1- Major Scriven served in South African war in 1899-1902 — sligutly wounded ; served with the South African Con- 
stabulary in 1901-02 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

1:i Major Wood served in South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took part in operations in Transvaal 
Dec. 1900, and in Cape Colony May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps!. 

10 Captain jardine served in the South African war in 1899- 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal 
with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

17 Major Browne-Clayton served in South African war in 1899-1902. Served as Adjutant of 5th Lancers from 23rd 
Dec. 1899 to 31st May 1902. Took part in operations in Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to July 1901 ; and in Cape 
Colony, July 1901 to 31st May 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major. Medal with four Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

18 Captain Willcox served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant to Imperial Light Horse 22nd Nov. 1900 
to 13th March 1901. Served with South African Constabulary in 1901-02 — wounded 8th Dec. 1899; took part in 
operations in Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; and in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony Feb. 1901 
(Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

15 Captain M'Taggart served in|the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart with 
the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Assistant Inspecting Officer to the Gwalior Imperial Service Corps (Medal with 
three Clasps). Served in t'le South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at the defence of Ladysmith and 
the action at Elandslaagte (Medal with two Clasps). 

20 Capt. Hon. A. M. R. Bingham served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal 
30th Nov. 1900 to July 1901, and in Cape Colony July 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

23 Lieut. Chance served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to 
July 1901, and in Cape Colony July 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

24 Lieut. M'Clintock served in the South African war in 1899-1901. Joined the Natal Cavalry Depot, Moo 
River, Dec. 1899; served with the 5th Lancers from the relief of Ladysmith, and took part in General Buller's 
advance, including the action at Belfast, and subsequently in the operations in the Eastern Transvaal (Medal 
with three Clasps). 

2 » Lieut. Tyrrell served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was employed with Volunteer Ambuhnce Corps 
was present at relief of Ladysmith, including operations on Tugela Heights and in the Transvaal 30th No/. 1900 
to June 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps) 

*° Lieut. Cooper served in South African war in 1902 (Medal). 

* Lieut. Pym served in South African war in 1902 (Medal)i 



147 



6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons. 



Dublin. 



icars'Ser. 


Full] 
Pay. 


Half 

Pay 


20 




16 




15 
13 




12 




8 
8 

S 

S 




7 




7 
7 
7 




6 
6 
6 
6 
6 




5 

5 





The Castle of Inniskilling with the St. George's Colours, and the word " Inniskilling " underneath. 
"Dettingen" "Waterloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol ""South Africa, 1899-1502." 
Colonel in Chief.— H.B.B:. Arthur W. P. A., Dulceof Connaughtanrf Strathearn, KG. KT. EP. GUB. GCRI. 

OCMG. GCIE. GCYO. Knight of Justice, Personal Aide de Camp to the King, Inspector General to the Forces ; 

Lieut. 19 June 68; Capt. 1 'ilay 71; Major, 7 Aug. 75; Lt. Colonel, 27 Sept. 76; Colonel, 29 May 80; 

Major General 29 May 80; Lie at. General, t Apr. 89 ; General, 1 Apr. 93 ; Field Marshal, 26 i June 02 ; 

Colonel in Chief Rifle Brigade, 29 May So; Colonel in Chief Inniskilling Dragoons, 22 June 97; Colonel 

in Chief Highland Light Infantry, 4 Sept. 01 ; Colonel Army Service Corps, 2 Sept. 02 ; Colonel in Chief 

Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 7 Nov. 03 ; Colonel Grenadier Guards, 1 May 04. 
Colonel. — Edward Arthur Gore, 2 [R], Ensign,??, Aug. 58; Lieut. 12 June 60 ; Capt. 39 Apr. 64; Major, 

29 May 69 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 81 ; Major General, 2 Nov. 92 ; Lieut, General. 1 Apr. 00 ; 

Colonel 6th Dragoons, 1 May 04. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Edmund Arthur Herbert, 3 MVO., Lieut. 10 Nov. 86 ; Capt. 1 Sept. 97 : Major, 15 

Mar. 02 ; Lt.Colonel, 2 July 04. 



Majors. 

Frederick Arthur Bashford Fryer 6 

Neil Wolseley Haig "> 

Ewing Paterson," DSO. Adj.Deconlmp.Yeo. 



om- > 



Captains. 

p.s.c George Kirkpatrick Anseil, 12 B 
Major, 3 Cacalry Brigade, Irish Com- 
mand, 25 Feb. 04 

William A. King 

Raymond Bazley Johnson,! 5 DSO 

Thomas George Gibsonl7 

George Hughes Earle,l 8 ^/«i'a»< 4 County} 
of London Imperial Yeomanry, 29 Nov. 04 y 

Herbert Dison24 



Lieutenants. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Edward Claude Baverstock Merriman 

Charles Alfred Fleury 

Edward Crowther Bowen 

Horace Charles Greer 

Abel Edward Smyth 



2ND LIEUT. 



Seymour Clarke Bull"* 

John William Francis Tarleton'21 

Charles Russell Terrot, 22 Adjutant Imp 

Yeomanry, 14 Oct. 05 

Cecil Francis Wilkin- 25 

Stuart Lund Holland 2 *! 

Lawrence Edward Grace Oates 2 ' 

Fergus Brinsley Nixon^s, Adj. 1 Aug. 03 ... 

Richard Morton Wood*) , 

Henry Metcalfe Appleton-W 

Clement Joseph Bentl-y Bridgewater.... 



8 Oct. 90 
30 May 91 

9 Sept. 93 



18 Apr. g4 

4 May 98 

4 Jan. 99 

18 Jan. 99 

20 Jan. 



18 Oct. 99 

29 Nov. 99 

9 Dec. 99 

19 May 
23 May 

30 May 
18 Aug. 

3 Oct. 
12 Oct. 
26 Mar. 



15 Aug. 03 
15 Aug. 03 
13 Aug. 04 
20 Dec. 05 
20 Dec. 05 



17 Feb. 92 25 Feb. 99 
17 Aug. 92 6 May 01 



6 May 01 
1 Jan. 95! 10 July 



5 July 99 
24 Oct. 99 

20 Feb. 00 



17 Sept. 95 10 July 

11 Jan. 02 

15 Mar. 02 

I2^ ov. 02 

vux'cu* -~kj 22 Jan. 03 

14 May 01 29 Mar. 05 



8 June 00 

3 Oct. 00 

16 Oct. 00 

10 July 01 

10 July oi 

8 Feb. 02 

8 Feb. 02 

15 Mar. 02 

29 Mar. 05 

14 Oct. 05 



29 Jan. 02 



26 Jan. 03 
29 Mar. 05 
14 Oct. 05 



Riding Master.— Alfred Charles Shawyer, 28 Dec. 92; Bon. Captain 28 Dee. 02. 
Quarter Master.— John Rupert Siddall,« 16 Aug. Q9 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Scarlet— Facings Yellow.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co, 



1 The Duke of Connaught.- -For War Services see under Field Marshals. 

2 Lt.General Gore commanded the Inniskilling Dragoons in the Boer war in 1881. . j 

3 LtCol. Herbert served in operations in Zululand in 1888. Served in South African war in 1899-1902, and tooK 
part in operations in Orange Free State March to May 1900 ; in Orange River Colony May to June 1900 ; in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; and in Transvaal and Orange River Colony Dec. 1901 
to 31st Mav 1902 (Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with Clasp). 

6 Major Fryer served in South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff (Medal with four Clasps). 

10 Major Haig served in South African war in i899-i9oo,and took part in operations in Orange Free State March to May 
1000 including action at Vet River ; in the Transvaal ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions 
at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches Medal with two Clasps). [See Civil Decorations *>r Gallantry, 
Army List," p. 1162.] 



Hart's Annual 



bth (Inni shilling) Dragoons. J 47" 

11 Major Paterson served in the South African war in 1899-1900 — slightly wounded. Took part in the operations 
n the Orange Free State from March to May 1900, including the actions at Karree Siding, Vet River (5th and 6th 

May), and Zand River ; the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including engagements near Johannes- 
burg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill, nth and 12th June; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, includ- 
ing the actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast, 26th and 27th August; the operations in the Orange River Colony, 
incjuding engagement at Rhenoster .River ; and in the operations in Tape Colony, south of Orange River, including 
action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

12 Major G. K. Ansell served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant to 6th Dragoons to 1st April 1902 ; 
took part in operations in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; and in the Transvaal and Orange River 30th 
Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps, qualified for Staff Service). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

15 Captain R. B. Johnson served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
March to May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, includ- 
ng actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 
1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; 
and in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; served as Adjutant to the Inniskilling 
Dragoons 1st April to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

!" Captain T. G. Gibson served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Orange Fcee State 
Feb. to May 1900; in Orange River Colony May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including 
actions at Colesberg, 1st Jan. to 12th Feb. — dangerously wounded; and in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 
Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1* Captain G. H. Earle served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; took 
part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, 
Driefontein, Karree Siding, Vet River, and Zand River ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions 
at Colesberg (Medal with three Clasps). 

20 Lieut. S. C. Bull served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
March to May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, includ- 
ing actions near Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including action at Riet Vlei; and in Transvaal and Orange River Colony June 1901 to April 1902 (Medal with 
four Clasps). 

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